George C. Bradley resigned as president of the embattled Paine College as the institution continues efforts to maintain its accreditation after years of fiscal instability.
Committee Chairman Michael Thurmond, a former Georgia Labor Secretary, said policies are being strengthened and finances are being scrutinized in order to remove Paine from probation from its accrediting body.
Paine College President George C. Bradley on Friday announced the college will implement furlough days, salary reductions and layoffs to save $2.4 million over the next fiscal year.
As the state prepares to adopt the new suite of achievement tests, the state Board of Education voted last month to waive the testing requirements for students this school year.
Angela Pringle, the finalist for Richmond County superintendent, says her experience will transfer well to Augusta's schools but won't say how or what skills she has that will change the system for the better.
After two sexual assaults on the Paine College campus since 2012 and a series of shootings in May, Paine College President George C. Bradley announced upgrades to enhance safety.
ATLANTA -- The U.S. Department of Education says Emory University is being investigated for the way it responds to complaints of sexual violence and harassment.
A day after Paine College was sanctioned for repeating three years of financial and management failures, President George C. Bradley assured the community that the college "has made great strides" in addressing its issues.
The U.S. Department of Education renewed Paine College's TRIO Upward Bound Program for fiscal year 2014-2015, awarding over $400,000 in funding to allow...
It undoubtedly will take some time for this historic institution to root out its problems.