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Redesign high schools to meet modern demands

According to "Education Next," a number of industrialized nations are laser-focused on the effectiveness of their high schools.
Augusta Tech awarded $3 million federal grant

The new four-year grant is a successor to the Predominantly Black Institutions project awarded in 2011 with the goal of improving the educational outcomes of African-American male students.
Walton Options has long record of helping disabled

Established in September 1994, the agency has grown from a small center on 13th Street to three locations that provide assistive technology and home modification services in 23 Georgia and South Carolina counties.
High school graduation rates rise in Richmond, Columbia counties

Graduation rates in nearly every high school in Richmond and Columbia counties increased slightly
Legal showdown looms over NCAA's ban on paying student-athletes

ATLANTA - Fresh off a ruling that Northwestern University football players can't form a union, the NCAA is about to face a more direct challenge to its longstanding policy of not letting schools pay athletes like they're professionals.
Rebuild the middle class

The family unit is the basis for a well-functioning state.
Faculty accomplishments, new leadership improve climate at Paine

There are so many more stories untold at Paine.
Get schooled on proper behavior

Parents and children have enough serious preoccupations without having to worry about their teachers' behavior as well.
Asians, Hispanics drive UGA diversity

ATHENS, Ga. -- The University of Georgia has grown more diverse over the past two decades, but today's enrollment is not quite the mix that it might have expected back in 1994.
High school grads missing out on billions in Pell Grant funds

High school graduates across the country missed out on an estimated $2.9 billion worth of Pell Grant funds last year simply by not filling out a free application.