His views on education are simple: Find what a student is good at, build on it, and standards will meet themselves.
To avoid any future confusion, the Hall County Board of Education updated language to a policy it has had in place for years.
Starting in January 2013, four newly consolidated institutions will begin implementing their merger plans.
A North Hall High School agricultural teacher has been inducted into the Georgia Agricultural Education Hall of Fame, joining a short list of ag educators since 1917.
The summer upgrades for Hall County schools were presented Monday night.
Students today have the world's information at their fingertips. From smartphones to tablets to high-performance computers, accessing data online has never been easier.
A bill that would repeal a special grant giving enrollment-based funding to charter school systems has passed the House and moves on to the Senate.
Some education leaders say legislation aimed to effectively prohibit illegal immigrants from attending the state's public colleges and universities is overkill, and an issue they already are addressing.
During times of hardship and tragedy, communities bond, forming a united front to overcome obstacles they may encounter.
The president of Piedmont College was released by the Board of Trustees on Tuesday, according to a statement from school leaders.
The Lady Trojans made the rounds in the North Hall educational community on Thursday, fueling the already rampant excitement about their state final four appearance.
Phil and Sara Walker have been overseas for the last year, serving in the Army as helicopter pilots, but their stories did not begin 365 days ago.
Traffic around Centennial Arts Academy and surrounding schools is still a topic of discussion for the Gainesville School system.
A local school administrator received an invitation to present at a conference in Mumbai, India, late last month.
Officials determined a note found at North Hall High School did not indicate a threat to the school.
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