Georgia Legislature Likely to Again Consider Merge of 3 HBCUs to Help Enrollment Numbers

Will the Georgia legislature push three Historically Black College & Universities (HBCU) in an effort to boost enrollment goals?

Georgia Students Earn 71 Medals at SkillsUSA National Competition

Wiregrass Georgia Technical College Wins 9 Medals Among Recognitions Georgia placed second in the U.S. for the number of medals awarded at the SkillsUSA national...

Group Gives 2 Georgia Universities Low Grades for Campus Free Speech

One national group has rated two Georgia universities poorly when it comes to free speech. The Foundation for Individual Rights in Education (FIRE) announced its...

Technical College System of Georgia Announces 2019 Student of the Year

Details on the winner, the runner up, and the other finalists -- all in the link. Congrats to all!

Camden County High School on 2017 AP Honors Schools List

Camden County High School (CCHS) achieved three honors from the Advanced Placement( AP) College Board program. The school received the following designations according to...

Retired Georgia Tech math professor claims journal article was deleted, too offensive

A retired professor of mathematics at Georgia Tech, claims that activists successfully pressured the New York Journal of Mathematics to delete an article he had written because it was considered a politically incorrect subject.

Georgia Southern public health professor wins prestigious national award

Julie Reagan, Ph.D., J.D., M.P.H., assistant professor in the Department of Health Policy and Community Health at Georgia Southern University, was recently honored with...

UGA Names New Dean of Public Health

The University of Georgia has announced a new Dean of the College of Public Health.

Governor signs school turnaround bill, other education legislation

After voters rejected a similar measure on Nov. of 2016, Governor Deal signs into law a school-turnaround bill for the state's lowest-performing schools.