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The state released its annual standardized test scores on Tuesday, bringing measured good news for the city’s most struggling schools.
The U.S. Department of Education withdrew Obama-era guidance on Title IX and sexual assault at schools and college campuses Friday...
Many employers, especially large ones, provide scholarships even if they don't advertise the opportunities.
Georgia's highest court has rejected a challenge to a program that provides tax exemptions in exchange for contributions to private school scholarships.
This February, leaders of the nation's historically black colleges and universities traveled to Washington to meet with the new U.S. secretary of education...
Georgia voters will soon decide whether to change their constitution to clear the way for state officials to play a more aggressive role in taking over struggling...
Struggling Schools Improve
DeVos Kills Obama-Era