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TCSG to establish a new aviation academy in Georgia

A new aviation academy to start in Georgia.

$12 Million Awarded for Various College & Career Academy Grants in Georgia

Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, along with the Technical College System of Georgia (TCSG), recently presented a number of grants for the progression of the...

Georgia Southern opens new Health Professions Academic Building, home to Waters College of Health...

Georgia Southern University President Shelley C. Nickel, Gov. Nathan Deal, University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley and Board of Regents Chair Don Waters...

Georgia Settles Suit with For-Profit Education Company, Relief for More Than 16,000 Students

Attorney General Chris Carr and 48 other attorneys general recently announced that Career Education Corp. (CEC), a for-profit education company, has agreed to reform...

GA Lottery transfers more than $1.14 billion to education

The Georgia Lottery Corp. transferred its fiscal year 2018 profits, a total of $1.14 billion for education programs.

House passes ‘paper-pencil’ option for state K-12 mandated tests

All On Georgia previously reported the origin of a bill to allow parents the right for allowing their child to take paper-pencil based tests...

Watch: Governor Deal unveils “Be the Difference” tribute

Georgia educators continue to be highlighted as professionals by Governor Deal

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.

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.

Georgia college students should have renters insurance

The new school year upon us and college students who are moving out of the house or off campus may want to purchase renters...