Innovation is key in education today, and in looking at how education will evolve in the days to come.
Millions of at-risk students could fall through the cracks as the Education Department gives states permission to ignore parts of No Child Left Behind, according to a study released Tuesday.
Education is the key to improving equality and decreasing divides within communities.
It has been 50 years since Americans sought equality between both black and white Americans, and while parts of the dream have been realized, the civil rights movement continues.
For years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Hall County has provided a safe place and educational programs for students to retreat to after school.
The Hall County Board of Education considered options for allowing the Hall County Sheriff's Office to use a school site for a South Hall precinct.
Gaining equality is not a one-step process, a statement made apparent by looking at numbers reflecting the current workforce in America.
Fifty years ago, it seemed like it was only a dream.
Prior to the beginning of the school year, the Hall County school system voted to approve giving classroom teachers an additional $50 each to spend on supplies.
The suspect charged with hitting two Gainesville police officers with her car Tuesday was convicted of similar charges in Hall County as recently as 2010.
The Hall County school system will continue plans to review its social studies curriculum, in addition to Gov. Nathan Deal calling for social studies curriculum to be revised for the entire state.
The ACT scores for the Gainesville school system are below the state average, which is below the national average.
A Brenau University-based program that encourages a lifelong passion for learning is turning 20 this year.
Georgia State School Superintendent John Barge has made plans to visit Gainesville's Enota Multiple Intelligences Academy.
A small group of dedicated high school juniors and seniors are spending weekday mornings gaining not only class credit and work experience, but also helping in the community.
Flowery Branch city leaders are considering amending an existing ordinance to more clearly specify tree usage in subdivisions.
Area residents don't have too much longer to wait for the opening of a long-anticipated South Hall park.
Two new members will join the Flowery Branch City Council as of June.
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