At a hearing set for 8 a.m. Thursday, undocumented college students will ask the University System of Georgia for in-state tuition.
Gainesville Police have arrested two juveniles in connection with threats made at Gainesville High School on Wednesday.
Some say photos on a Facebook page belonging to Cobb County School Board member David Morgan set a bad example.
11Alive News has learned that about 10 of the 33 defendants in the Atlanta Public Schools cheating scandal are considering plea deals.
The federal consumer finance watchdog is expanding its oversight to Sallie Mae and other companies that collect student loan payments.
A new state audit says no one is monitoring how Georgia's charter schools spend money.
An Atlanta family is fighting back over alleged bullying that they say nearly killed their son.
The Supreme Court of Georgia has upheld a statute that allowed Gov.
Nathan Deal to suspend six members of the DeKalb County School Board.
Woodstock High School senior Rachel Steppe has earned a perfect score on the ACT college-entrance exam, which is a remarkable feat... achieved by only one Cherokee County School District student last school year.
Former school chief operating officer Pat Reid and her ex-husband Tony Pope have been found guilty on racketeering charges.
11Alive News looks at the connection of home schooling to several tragic DFCS cases.
On Wednesday evening, the first educator involved in the APS cheating scandal pleaded guilty.
For the last four months, Roswell High School's football team has been doing everything possible to support 9-year-old Rachel Buckner throughout her leukemia treatment.
Georgia Tech is the only school in the Peach State to make the top 100 on a list of universities that produce the most millionaires worldwide, Times Higher Education reports.
Officials said what appears to have been chalk dust caused some 22 students to be treated for burning eyes and eye irritation at Sandy Springs Middle School Monday afternoon.
One special teacher helped Gina when she was struggling in school. Gina is now a teacher and is determined to help children the way she was helped.
Emory University officials say civil rights activist and Presidential Medal of Freedom recipient C.T. Vivian is scheduled to speak at the school's Robert W. Woodruff Library.
Former Atlanta Public Schools superintendent Dr. Beverly Hall took the stand during a pre-trial hearing Wednesday.
Georgia State University is the national leader in efforts to dramatically increase graduation rates.
SPSU students will protest the merger Tuesday at noon at Trinity United Methodist Church in Downtown Atlanta.
A DeKalb County health and physical education teacher is not only
helping to fight Georgia's high childhood obesity rate, he's devoted his
life to raising money for the equipment keep kids active.
More than 800,000 international students were enrolled in a U.S. college or university last year.
A new invention is making the rounds in the educational world, and it may help teachers better engage with their students.
Mary Cantwell believes teachers should get out of the way and allow kids to look at problems and determine solutions without boundaries.
Students, alumni and faculty of SPSU are fighting what they say is a "hostile takeover" of their campus.
Gwinnett Tech and SPSU are named to a Top 10 list of "Top Schools for Construction Management Degrees."
Atlanta school leaders are responding to concerns over mold at Booker T. Washington High School.
The USG Board of Regents will consider a
proposal this month to consolidate Kennesaw State University and
Southern Polytechnic State University.
School bus video shows the driver taking the girl away, then returning her later, while the mom was frantically searching for her.
Twins Paul and Lynn Tran couldn't even speak English when they began kindergarten. Now they're headed for medical doctorates -- and they don't even have drivers licenses yet.
Instead of breaking up a fight between two students, parents jumped into the fray.
As the DeKalb schools corruption trial begins, the new superintendent says he's working hard to improve the schools and protect taxpayers' money .
More than 11,000 Georgians lost HOPE grants to attend state technical colleges when the state Legislature imposed tougher academic requirements in 2011, and more than half have not re-enrolled in school as of this fall, according to Technical College System of Georgia statistics.
Former chief operating officer Pat Reid is accused of illegally funneling construction projects to her architect husband, Tony Pope.
KSU students' case leads to possibility of a more lenient Cobb County housing code
11Alive continues to hold school leaders accountable for mold in one Atlanta Public School.
The Black College Football Hall of Fame announced its Class of 2014 on Wednesday. The seven new members were selected from a list of 25 finalists
The Fulton County school district will move its headquarters from south Fulton County to Sandy Springs, a move the district's superintendent says is prompted by a population shift.
The slowdown may suggest that the steeper increases over the past few years
"did not signal a new era of accelerating prices."
Every year, Ron Clark Academy receives hundreds of applications for fewer than 50 slots. The deadline to apply is Nov. 1.
Emory University is once again among the 20 top values in liberal arts colleges and private universities in the U.S.
The University of Georgia is planning to hold a conference next week on school boards.
The DA says students who accidentally bring certain small items to schools such as pocket knives should not be treated as if they'd purposely brought loaded guns.
Former DeKalb County superintendent Crawford Lewis pleaded guilty to one count of obstruction Wednesday afternoon.
Two students at Etowah High School are facing punishment after performing a sex act in the school cafeteria.
Today's random act of kindness is for five special students at Marietta
At Paulding County High School, Scott Hamilton is quietly helping his school become more caring and compassionate.
Cobb County School Board members debate promoting a constitutional amendment that would let Georgia voters decide whether to tax themselves another penny for operating costs, like teacher salaries.
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