At Miami International Airport, two large signs warn drivers of large vehicles not to pass beneath the 8-foot-6 inch concrete overpass. Authorities say two passengers are dead and others have been critically injured after a too-tall charter bus smashed into the overpass, crumpling metal.
Several tea party activists have come out in support of the plan that would allow the state to impanel a new commission authorized to create and regulate independent charter schools.
A report shows that the SAT college-entrance exam scores of Georgia high school seniors jumped seven points, even as the national average score dropped two points.
An audit has found that a $25 million shortfall at Georgia Perimeter College was caused by chronic overspending and an inattention to finances by administrators of the suburban Atlanta school.
Private school teachers, contract bus drivers, cafeteria cooks and other privately employed school workers in Georgia have been cut off from collecting unemployment checks during summer breaks.
Georgia is among the worst states in the country for staffing nurses in schools, but state education leaders are hoping a new law passed this year will improve that standing.
For the fourth year in a row, Georgia students are performing better on state standardized tests.
A historical marker in Barrow County at the site of one of Georgia's first public consolidated schools for black students is set to be dedicated.
More than 550 women graduating from Spelman College this weekend heard from media icon Oprah Winfrey.
The new leader of Georgia Perimeter College says he wants to have a rough plan to close a massive financial deficit by next week.
Longtime University of Georgia President Michael Adams is retiring in 2013 after more than 15 years at the helm of the state’s flagship campus.
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed into law a handful of bills changing how Georgia funds education.
The state Board of Regents has approved a proposal to raise tuition and fees for students at Georgia's public colleges and universities.
ATLANTA (AP) — State lawmakers spent the legislative session focusing on a fraction of the students in Georgia — those at a handful of charter schools created by a now-defunct commission.
ATLANTA (AP) — The Justice Department is investigating claims of discrimination against students with disabilities in Georgia public school systems after a nonprofit group filed a complaint targeting the state's complex education funding formula, the group said Thursday.
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