Technical training in Georgia has been on the rise for the past seven years, with much effort from the state government to establish Georgia as the economic growth hub of the Southeast.
Since 2002, the Path2College 529 Plan has offered parents a reliable way to plan for their children's college educations.
In July 2011, the Southeast Bulloch High School Marching Band hit on an affordable answer to a pricey problem. To reach the next level of success, the award-winning musicians needed new instruments.
Today, in its first set of decisions, the State Charter Schools Commission will vote on recommendations for a number of new charters.
The Department of Education recently launched Georgia’s Future. Now! as a way to unite efforts to improve student achievement and tell the story of the successes in public schools.
Almost 50,000 students attend home school across the state, the Georgia Department of Education reports, and during this current school year, homeschooling has been even easier for parents.
Yesterday, President Obama highlighted Georgia's pre-Kindergarten program. DECAL administers the program and works to meet the needs of Georgia’s children and their families.
Early reports from researchers at UNC-Chapel Hill show that Georgia's Pre-K Program is producing good results.
Georgia was one of the first states to adopt a set of learning standards that sets public school performance expectations for each subject area in each grade.
Georgia Tech, Emory and other schools around the world are using a promising new innovation to provide free online education.