Two committees have been named to search for a new president for Georgia’s third-largest public university amid kneeling controversy.
Georgia’s high schools could see changes in vocational education when it comes to who controls funding and content at the local level.
A 9-foot-long boa constrictor wriggled out of her aquarium, setting off a frantic search.
The following was published by Lt. Governor Casey Cagle. As recently reported by the Department of Education in the Annual Charter System Report, Georgia students enrolled in...
This year marks the 20th year of operation for Georgia Southern University’s Center for Wildlife Education
Each semester, students completing an undergraduate teacher-preparation program at Georgia Southern participate in a pinning ceremony. The symbolic milestone acknowledges that the educator will always be an Eagle Educator.
GOP Candidate for Governor wants new forms of testing and accountability
Bulloch County Schools are hiring!!
A Georgia nonprofit group says poverty, equity and fairness, the early learning workforce, student health and the special challenges of Georgia’s rural schools are among the top 10 issues in education this year.
Georgia ranks 33rd in the nation for its K-12 educational system, much of it is due to its out-of-date funding formula to continue state and federal requirements.