Gov. Nathan Deal wants to end the skilled trades gap in Georgia's industries.
The Gainesville City Schools Board of Education will be asked to officially approve a new vision for education at tonight's meeting, Superintendent Merrianne Dyer said.
It's time for the mighty Tigers of Fair Street School to roar again.
Today acknowledges the life and mission of Martin Luther King Jr.
Gainesville's black community is tight-knit, active and vibrant.
When Brenau University music majors take the stage next year, they'll be playing Mozart and Bach on world famous pianos.
Fourteen area schools were designated Georgia Title I Distinguished Schools by the state Department of Education on Thursday.
There was not a time in history where Jacques Cousteau, Marilyn Monroe, Cleopatra and Gen. George Patton were all under one roof.
Brenau's Early College program continues to move forward, furthered by its recent recognition by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Ninth-grade students in the Johnson International Scholars Academy got a crash course in forensics Wednesday, successfully solving a kidnapping.
ATLANTA - It was standing room only at Tuesday's Board of Regents meeting as students, faculty and administrators from eight University System of Georgia institutions waited with bated breath to find out the fate of their universities.
Chris Slate wants to serve those who got backhanded during their lifetimes.
Seventh period at Hall County high schools could be undergoing some changes for the 2012 school year, board officials announced Monday.
Officials at Riverbend Elementary School want to extend their Advanced Scholars Academy to pre-kindergarten students.
As standardized tests have become the norm in schools, so has holding fewer physical education classes in favor of more class time.
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