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219,000 students benefit from Georgia’s free online textbook program

To date, Affordable Learning Georgia has saved students more than $31 million on textbook costs, and the initiative is expected to grow in coming years.

Free speech mandate moves through GA Senate

Georgia's universities and colleges would have to create a free-speech policy protecting speakers under a proposed measure that passed the Senate on Monday. The legislation,...

Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative Receives National Recognition for Demonstrating Best Practice

Georgia’s Disability Employment Initiative received national recognition this week by the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Disability Employment Policy for demonstrating best practices and delivering superior service.

School Takeover Bill Passes the House with Bipartisan Support

This past November, Georgia voters denied Governor Nathan Deal's Opportunity School District (OSD) in 152 of 159 counties. This citizen rebuke sent a message...

Need financial aid to go to college? Avoid 11 common FAFSA form mistakes

Completing financial aid forms can be daunting - avoid those FAFSA form mistakes.

Georgia Gwinnett College President Stas Preczewski retiring, interim president named

Georgia Gwinnett College (GGC) President Stanley C. “Stas” Preczewski, who previously announced his retirement last year, has decided to depart effective Jan. 11. He...

Georgia Southern College of Education master’s degrees ranked top 25 in nation

Georgia Southern University’s online special education and educational leadership degrees in the College of Education (COE) have been recognized in rankings released by SR Education...

Abrams would allow undocumented students into Georgia’s top colleges

Abrams wants to allow undocumented students to be admitted to Georgia's top colleges

Georgia Southern University establishes learning center in Ireland

The Wexford government is providing the University with space to create the learning center for Georgia Southern students and provide students with greater access to Europe, to historical documents and to the descendants of Irish immigrants who have played such a significant role in this region.

COLUMN: The Mob Descends on UGA

J. Thomas Perdue is a guest columnist and is a Senior at the University of Georgia studying journalism. He is Editor in Chief of The Arch...