Your first heartbreak, accident, loss of a loved-one or being chased by a dog – these and so many other incidents can be lasting traumatic experiences, and mental-health practitioners are working to shift the way traumas of the past are being addressed today.
A new report on Black students in the community college system found fewer are signing up to attend two-year schools, and the college enrollment downturn has been even sharper in the pandemic.
By the end of July, more than 1,700 colleges announced that they would not require SAT and ACT results as part of enrollment for the fall of 2023, a significant increase from the approximately 1,600 that were testing voluntarily during the same time the previous year.
The U.S. Supreme Court removed two Georgia Public Service Commission races from the Nov. 8 ballot, but left open the possibility for an appeals court to reconsider the five-member board that were ruled discriminatory by a district court judge.
The two candidates vying to lead Georgia’s public schools shared a stage Thursday to sound off on the top issues facing teachers and students at a forum sponsored by the Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education.
It’s that time of year again, as parents gear up their children to return to school. With the first bell’s ringing right around the corner, this back-to-school checklist is full of things kids pre-K to 12 will need this year:
Nearly all of Georgia’s public school students are back at their desks this week as the bell rings on a new school year.
Twelve high school interns spent five weeks of their summer shadowing Emory University researchers and genetic counselors in Emory School of Medicine’s Department of Human Genetics.
According to a recent survey released by The Economist, the Terry College of Business at the University of Georgia’s full-time MBA program ranks No. 12 among public universities in the U.S., No. 28 among all U.S. business schools, and No. 36 in the world.
Each day, parents send their little ones off to school to discover their places in the world – many of them by bus. But, the familiar yellow buses that we trust to safely transport our children could be affecting their performance in school.