- — Brooks County Middle School hosted its annual career fair on March 29. Both Local businesses from Brooks County and Lowndes County were in attendance including Black Crow Media, Quitman Fire and Police Department, Colony Bank of Quitman and Stephens McGhee Funeral home were in attendance and provided students with an insight into the various career fields offered.
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Wiregrass Instructor Completes 2014 Georgia Master Teacher Experience
Criminal Justice Program Coordinator Dr. Lisa Williams represented Wiregrass Georgia Technical College as 40 Technical College instructors from throughout Georgia gathered for the first Georgia Master Teacher Experience.
Teen's complaint seeks schooling during pregnancy
An east-Georgia teen says in a civil rights complaint that she should have been allowed to complete her schoolwork from home while she was pregnant and on doctor-ordered bed rest.
About 84,000 Georgia children to begin pre-school
Department of Early Care and Learning officials say about 84,000 children are expected to enroll in Georgia's pre-kindergarten program this year.
Beyond thrift store: Goodwill’s educational faces
Landry Rhodes is a big guy with a generous smile who says he was at a crossroads in his life when he met the people who would help him move in a positive direction.
Georgia university launching new MBA program
Georgia Regents University's college of business is launching an MBA program targeted toward students with backgrounds in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
2 Ga. schools recognized for environmental work
The U.S. Department of Education is recognizing two suburban Atlanta schools for their work to cut down on harmful environmental impacts.
- Survey finds sharp increase in teen use of HGH
Historically black colleges face uncertain future
Three days before Payton Wilkins returned home to Detroit last May with a bachelor's degree, his cousin was arrested for selling heroin and crack cocaine.
Poor teens' health may benefit from top schools
Disadvantaged teens may get more than an academic boost by attending top-notch high schools — their health may also benefit, a study suggests.
Ga. considers exemptions to school food standards
Georgia officials who call new federal nutrition standards an over-reach want to give schools plenty of loopholes to sell sweet treats during fundraisers.
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