More than 150,000 borrowers approved for a special benefit in the Saving on a Valuable Education (SAVE) Plan will see their debts automatically discharged.
A bipartisan bill designed to update sex education curriculum for Georgia’s public school students faced skepticism in a House subcommittee last week amid questions of which side in the culture war can better educate youngsters on the birds and the bees.
A new report shows Georgia is among the 39 states that “critically underfunds” its K-12 public schools.
Speaker Pro Tempore Jan Jones says that a revamp of funding for Georgia’s public preschools is long overdue, and funding for furnishing classrooms and teacher salaries are too low.
Gov. Brian Kemp gave a full-throated shoutout to school vouchers in a major speech Thursday, boosting the odds of action on the controversial measure.
Community colleges and four-year universities can work together to improve the transfer student experience, a data report from the U.S. Department of Education suggests.
U.S. employees are increasingly struggling with mental health challenges tied to their jobs, such as depression, anxiety and burnout.
The Georgia Professional Standards Commission, a governor-appointed body whose roles include setting rules for Georgia’s teacher training programs, is set to meet Thursday afternoon to vote on a new batch of changes.
Educator training programs in Georgia would not contain diversity, equity and inclusion terms, if the Georgia Professional Standards Commission decides this month to remove them.
Aiming to close the financial literacy divide among teens and young adults, one investment company has set a goal of reaching one million of them by 2025.