KENNESAW — Pamela Whitten has announced that she will be stepping down as president of Kennesaw State University and has accepted the position of president of Indiana University, effective July 1.
When you’re a 16-year-old driver who’s been pulled over for the first time, you might be feeling nervous, scared and ultimately unsure of what to do.
Shorter University recognized faculty members Dr. Clint Helms and Dr. John McCluskey for outstanding dedication and achievement during the University’s 2021 Awards Day.
ATLANTA — Students at Georgia’s 26 public colleges and universities won’t be hit with a tuition increase this fall for the second year in a row.
This year’s Exchange Club of Rome Book of Golden Deeds winner is Kaitlyn Morgan of Pepperell High School. Kaitlyn has volunteered in over 25 agencies and shared that she is the one who has learned the most from the various people she was able to serve.
Shorter University is establishing an endowment in memory of former head football coach Phil Jones, the school announced Monday. The endowment will benefit the football program Jones was instrumental in building.
Georgia Highlands College President Don Green has accepted a new position as president of Point Park University in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
Rachel Moss hugs her son Jase after his pre-pandemic pre-K graduation. Worries that her son fell behind when COVID-19 disrupted Kindergarten and now first grade have her concerned that sending him to second grade next year will leave him constantly struggling to keep up. Photo courtesy of Ra…
Dr. Sarah Van Orman treads carefully around the word “normal” when she describes what the fall 2021 term will look like at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles and other colleges nationwide. In the era of COVID-19, the word conjures up images of campus life that university administrators know won’t exist again for quite some time. As much as they want to move in that direction, ...
The Northwest District Cloverleaf Project Achievement competition was held virtually this year, due to the pandemic, but Floyd County 4-H students weren’t fazed.
Three Floyd County Schools students were recognized for their storytelling skills in the Young Georgia Authors writing competition and two are advancing to the state finals that will be held in mid-April.
The Floyd County Schools senior classes of 2021 will have their own graduation ceremonies in person at their respective high schools.
Rome City Schools teachers were reimbursed $500 by the school system for COVID-19 related expenses before going on Spring Break this week.
Six Floyd County Schools eighth graders and their parents or guardians signed their Realizing Educational Achievement Can Happen Georgia Scholarships before counselors, school administrators, and FCS administrators to become members of the REACH Scholars Class of 2025.
Georgia Highlands College’s student newspaper, the Six Mile Post, won three first-place awards from the Southern Regional Press Institute and a first-place award from the Georgia College Press Association.
Home-school students in Georgia would be allowed to play sports and join clubs at public schools under legislation that cleared the General Assembly Wednesday.
Floyd County Schools could be reinstating attendance incentives for teachers with money from their COVID relief funds.
The Floyd County school board has a wide range of plans for their COVID relief money, but the biggest plan is investing in “COVID-related loss of instructional time.”
Legislation to expand state-funded scholarships for special-needs students to attend Georgia private schools cleared the General Assembly Monday.
The Floyd County Board of Education will be holding a special called meeting Monday to discuss personnel changes and American Rescue Plan Act funding.
The Boys & Girls Club of Northwest Georgia is going the extra mile to help the children they serve, as well as their families as a whole.
Marketing Management student Stephanie Kuhrt was named Georgia Northwestern Technical College’s 2021 Georgia Occupational Award of Leadership winner.
ATLANTA (AP) — Georgia's state Board of Education has approved a plan to pay $1,000 bonuses to teachers and most other education employees, using in $240 million federal coronavirus relief money.
Sometimes teens need to be influenced and taught by their peers and that is exactly what students at Pepperell High School continue to do.
Berry College’s new state-of-the-art animal science building is scheduled to be completed this summer. This building is made possible by generous partners, including the Truist Foundation, which recently gave Berry a $250,000 grant.
Recently, Chinelo Nwokike received a surprise phone call from Georgia Highlands College President Don Green. She had been chosen as the Board of Regents Academic Day representative for GHC.
MENLO PARK, Calif. (AP) — Facebook says it is working on a version of its Instagram app for kids under 13, who are technically not allowed to use the app in its current form due to federal privacy regulations.
For the first time in Darlington School’s 10-year tradition, the third grade class used community members as the theme for their annual wax museum.
The Broadcast Education Association’s Festival of Media Arts recognized Viking Fusion’s “Seth Spins” this month with an award of excellence in the Audio Division’s Specialty Programs and Podcasts category.
Rome and Floyd County Schools systems are canceling all afterschool activities for March 17 due to the threat of inclement weather.
The Floyd County Schools College and Career Academy and Suhner Manufacturing have partnered to create another manufacturing internship program for students.
Floyd County Schools plans to host proms and graduations for all four high schools this year, Superintendent Glenn White announced at the school board meeting Monday.
Thu Troung was named Rome High School Class of 2021 valedictorian and STAR Student, and Mallory Rogers was named salutatorian. Troung named Amanda Howell as her STAR Teacher.