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How do you cultivate good, 'un-rotten' apples in the teaching profession?

Too much blame is placed on the teacher for the poor ratings in educational advancement, as compared to other industrialized nations.
Ruling for South Carolina's rural schools is encouraging for reform

Time has expired. What we do now in education must matter - and it must produce results.
CSRA shouldn't allow Paine College to waver in its academic mission

Paine must continue on a path of significance in this community, the state, the nation and the world.
Different directions

Frank G. Roberson was the right man for the job when he was hired to oversee the Richmond County School System in 2010.At the end of this school...
Appreciate our teachers!

...them for their daily inspired sacrifices on behalf of the students of the CSRA.Happy Teacher Appreciation Week!Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is Richmond County's superintendent of schools.)
Augusta-area residents remember JFK assassination

...seemed. My mother paced the floor, singing and praying; praying and singing (drinking tears for water). ? Dr. Frank G. Roberson, Richmond County schools superintendent I was on my lunch hour from Cullum's (Department Store) and noticed a group...
Give pupils full schedule

...governor and state legislative officials and demand a full schedule of school days for the students of Georgia.Frank G. Roberson, Ph.D.Augusta (The writer is superintendent of the Richmond County School System.)
Pinecrest could serve as model for alternative schools

...some revisions in other programs should we find that the Pinecrest program represents an exemplary model," said Frank G. Roberson, the associate superintendent for instruction with the Aiken County school district. "If the data shows that this...
South Carolina schools get top marks in history

...excellence, with sixth- and seventh-grade standards that surpass the complete K-12 standards of many states. Frank G. Roberson, the associate superintendent for instruction for Aiken County schools, said South Carolina has received other...
System ponders cutback on tests

...determine pupils' knowledge of math and reading compared to average scores from across the state and the nation. Frank G. Roberson, the associate superintendent of instruction, said the standards - which are set by the state Department of Education...