A Forest Park woman was arrested after she brandished a weapon at the Forest Park Summer School on Monday afternoon.
Johnny Cook was fired after posting on Facebook that school officials did not feed a student after his lunch money account ran out.
Three days of motions hearings are expected to begin Monday regarding 35 educators charged with racketeering, lying to investigators and theft.
Here's a master schedule of all youth sports camps being offered by Buford High School for the summer of 2013
Kennesaw State University is one of 48 colleges and universities selected to participate in an American Association of Colleges and Universities summer institute designed to help institutions develop plans to improve student success.
Bus Driver Johnny Cook says he believed the student who said he was turned away without lunch for lack of money. The video shows the student never went to lunch that day.
Georgia's highest court is set to consider the constitutionality of a state law allowing the governor to remove school board members.
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Steve Salbu, dean of Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business, said Friday he will step down from the post next summer.
After just one year on the job, Therrell High School principal Shelly Powell increased the school's graduation rate from 50% to 68% percent.
The Scripps National Spelling Bee kicked off on Wednesday, but the road has ended for a Gwinnett County 8th grader.
The state of Georgia has passed on nearly $2 million of federal funding, after the governor declined to include questions about sex on a survey to teenagers in public schools. Vote in our poll inside.
A junior at Booker T. Washington High School said a man burst into a school assembly Wednesday and threw her to the ground. Atlanta police arrested him at the school.
The Dunwoody Police Department has tips for parents to help make sure their kids are safe when home alone.
Renowned Lassiter High School band director Alfred Watkins retires this month. His shoes will be almost impossible to fill.
The Chicago Board of Education has made a final vote to close 50 schools.
History was written at the Morehouse College commencement ceremony on Sunday morning.
A 17-year-old female student alleges she was raped by 15-year-old boy in a bathroom at North Atlanta High School.
The names of top graduates across Henry County have been released as students in all schools get ready for graduation.
There's a growing trend to hold children back a year so they'll be older when they start school.
Pace Academy in Atlanta is breaking ground on its new Upper School.
University of Georgia President-elect Jere Morehead has announced plans to restructure the school's senior administration.
When the class of 2013 turns their tassels this Sunday, Dorian Joyner, Sr. will have two reasons to be proud.
Is this a generation of over-confident graduates, spoiled and obsessed with smartphones and their self-portraits? A new Time Magazine cover story suggests so.
Former U.S. poet laureate Rita Dove is the keynote speaker at Emory University's 168th graduation exercises.
Kristie and Kirstie Bronner share everything: a matching gift for music, matching outfits and matching 4.0 GPAs.
State of Georgia school officials have released a full list of grades for each school's performance across the state. See how your school ranks.
All of this year's Class Act recipients were invited to 11Alive's Midtown studio for a special reception Tuesday morning.
Marietta city council members are mulling over an idea to create a new sidewalk that connects Brown Road to Polk street to get a small number of students to West Side Elementary School.
Former Atlanta Public School Superintendent Beverly Hall arrived at court Friday morning, accompanied by her attorney J. Tom Morgan, for a hearing in connection with charges she is facing in the APS cheating scandal.
About 50 students met with at least one faculty member to pray and convert others to Christianity during class time.
The University of Georgia will ban backpacks in the school's football stadium during its commencement ceremony on May 10.
Traditionally, dorm rooms are considered to be Spartan accommodations, with a bed, a desk and a cabinet. More modern residence halls come with many more amenities.
Efforting to cut more than $86 million dollars from next year's budget, Cobb County school board members wrestled for nearly two hours before adopting a tentative budget.
State funding for pre-kindergarten programs had its largest drop ever last year.
The Cobb County School Board has planned a special meeting Monday to address an $86 million dollar budget shortfall.
All those new cameras on Cobb County school buses are catching a lot of people who are breaking the law.
In a list published by U.S. News & World Report, Sequoyah High School was among the 2013 "Best High Schools" in the country.
Four of the six DeKalb County School Board members removed from office by Gov. Nathan Deal have written formal requests for reinstatement.
Charter schools claim the new Georgia Charter School Commission they lobbied for is being too harsh on them
Gov. Nathan Deal has signed legislation to lower grade requirements for recipients of the HOPE Grant program, which helps students attending the state's technical colleges.
CRCT testing for students at Atlanta's Continental Colony Elementary
School has been canceled for Wednesday after smoke in a restroom forced a
Here are some great tips for parents whose children are preparing to take the CRCT.
A lawyer for Beverly Hall says the former Atlanta Public Schools superintendent is innocent and looks forward to having her day in court.
Clayton County Public Schools will retain their accreditation for the next five years. The county learned of their status on Wednesday after a three-day investigation conducted by SACS.
A three-day SACS investigation into Clayton County Public Schools is scheduled to wrap up Wednesday.
Three former DeKalb County educators have been indicted for cheating on the CRCT.
The University System of Georgia reported on Tuesday that the tuition increase will remain at 2.5 percent for most campuses, for the second year in a row.
Educators in Clayton County are getting a three-day review to determine if the school system should keep its accreditation for five more years.
The price of a college education can be overwhelming. Now the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau has a new tool to compare your options.
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