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Director on mission to produce internationally educated college students

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Anthony Pinder is a man with a big mission: Internationalize Georgia Gwinnett College's campus.

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Foreign studies: Sugar Hill man founds school in Rwanda

On his first trip to Africa, Phillip Haynes said he was shocked by what the people of the Rwandan village of Gihara asked for.

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Teens gain leadership skills in summer internship

ATLANTA -- Gwinnett County residents Stacia Burke and Alexander Lopez recently completed the best summer job they say they ever had.

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Suwanee gets artifact from Twin Towers

Suwanee recently received a piece of history from the Sept. 11, 2001, attacks.

BOC briefed on 2012 housing plan

LAWRENCEVILLE -- Gwinnett commissioners were briefed Tuesday on a recommendation for how to use federal housing dollars next year.

Special education staffers learn skills at conference

LAWRENCEVILLE -- There are still a couple of weeks before kids have to be back in the classroom, but some teachers are in school this week.

Four schools to begin school year with counseling distinction

The support Gwinnett County Public Schools counselors provide to their students every day recently brought national distinction to four Gwinnett schools.

Bethlehem Christian achieves SACS, ACSI accreditations

Bethlehem Christian Academy has earned accreditation that recognizes it as a school that meets the standards necessary for quality education in an authentic Christian setting.

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Kind soles: 10-year-old collects shoes for homeless

When McClain Hermes set a collection goal for the second year of her Shoes for the Souls project, her dad issued her a challenge.

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Hands-on learning: School founder writing interactive books

Amos Alligator is late for everything and puts things off until the last minute. Ollie Orangutan has a hard time following directions. Edie Elephant gets upset when others make fun of her enormous ears.

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