Healthcare workers in Metro Atlanta said they are seeing a troubling increase in positive COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations. If this continues, they fear it will overwhelm our healthcare infrastructure.
Some students in Fulton County are pushing for more safety precautions when they return to school in the fall.
As the pandemic hit and schools suspended in-person instruction, parents became teachers, and students had to adapt to a new style of learning.
A north Florida school district has voted to install transparent screens in classrooms in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
A Bartow County teacher and school board member are in hot water after social media posts.
Gwinnett County educators concerned not about COVID-19 but also increased workloads upon returning to classrooms.
Teachers have demands more lawmakers including hiring more black teachers and funding more counselors.
Parents told us they're happy to have options this fall but it could mean more work for teachers.
The Gwinnett County School District confirms four individuals have tested positive for COVID-19 since football conditioning began on June 8.
Gwinnett County Public Schools says it plans to open the 2020-21 school year with in-person instruction, along with an option for digital learning for students in grades K-12.
Public school students in Georgia are likely to see fewer state standardized tests in coming years.
Group demands School Resource Officers be removed from Gwinnett Schools
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis has signed legislation that will raise teacher's salaries. He said that he hopes this will entice more people to go into teaching and help them have a good minimum salary and meet end's meet.
A small, grassroots group of teachers gathered outside the State Capitol Wednesday to urge lawmakers not to cut public education funding.
Ashanti Palmer graduated from Nellie A. Thornton High School and the Performing & Visual Arts Magnet Program in New York.
Dozens of Georgia colleges will not require students and faculty to wear masks -- a much different policy from other colleges in the South.
The beloved owner of Murrell's Café, an HBCU alumni who died this past April from COVID-19 is being honored through the establishment of new relief grants for Atlanta’s HBCU students.
President Kent Fuchs outlined a plan that will address racism inequity on campus.
Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp and State School Superintendent Richard Woods said they have decided to submit a waiver to suspend standardized testing for 2020-2021. This comes as most school districts in the state are planning for another unusual year, deciding between traditional in-person learning, remote learning, or a hybrid of both.
Cheryl Watson-Harris has been officially selected as the next superintendent of the DeKalb County School District, the county's Board of Education announced Thursday.