Religious schools and universities that have barriers against homosexuality may be under the gun after Friday's gay marriage ruling, given both oral arguments in April and the fine print of Justice Anthony Kennedy's decision last week.
The Bryan County Board of Education will increase its budget by $5.6 million for fiscal-year 2016, but will not raise taxes along with it.
A Brown University student who had a mental breakdown before being put on medical leave has engaged in a dogged and so-far futile attempt to return to the campus, Buzzfeed reports, despite his having given up all alcohol and drugs and getting therapy.
The good news in Columbus, Ohio, schools this summer is that 87 percent of its third-graders passed the reading test and can move on to the next grade, WBNS 10-TV reports. The bad news is that 599, or 13 percent, did not.
The Bryan County Board of Education will increase its budget by $5.6 million for the 2016 fiscal year, but will not raise taxes along with it.
Amidst the pain that surrounded the recent church shooting in Charleston, South Carolina, a heated discussion erupted over the nature of a symbol that has come to be synonymous with Southern culture: The battle flag of the Army of Northern Virginia.
Students at George Washington Carver Elementary School who made the fourth nine-weeks honor roll are:
This spring saw some rare good news on the U.S. education scene when the federal government announced high school graduation rates jumped to 81 percent in 2012, up from 73 percent in 2006.
Students at Bryan County Elementary School who made the fourth nine-weeks honor roll are:
Summertime, and school is out.
New University of Texas President Greg Fenves has ordered a sweeping probe into allegations that University of Texas basketball players were given improper academic help to keep them on the team.
The SAT, or the Scholastic Aptitude Test, has been undergoing a lot of changes.
Taylor M. Butler of Bryan County earned dean's list honors for the fall 2014 semester at South Georgia State College.
The company that administered the 2015 Georgia Milestones testing online will provide $4.5 million in free services to the Georgia Department of Education because of errors and disruptions that occurred.
Nevada went all in on school choice this month, with the new GOP legislature passing and the GOP governor signing a sweeping bill offering parents direct access to the money used to educate their children.
Armstrong State University will host a one-day registration event for new students to apply, be admitted and sign up for fall classes from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3, at the Armstrong Center, 13040 Abercorn St. in Savannah
Coastal Community Christian Church is partnering with the United Way of the Coastal Empire in Richmond Hill to collect and distribute free school supplies to students who need them.
The Bryan County Board of Education gave final approval Thursday to a fiscal year 2016 millage rate that will not raise county school taxes.
Richmond Hill Middle School students will be able to sleep a little later than students at other Bryan County schools this year.
A back-to-school publication being distributed to Bryan County parents has incorrect information about upcoming school open houses. The correct open house dates and times are:
BRUNSWICK - The College of Coastal Georgia will be one of four schools in the University System of Georgia expanding foreign language programs through an online eMajor system approved by the USG Board of Regents.
Three Bryan County students were named grade-level winners in the Young Georgia Authors contest, the state Department of Education announced recently.
Bryan County school-system leaders were surprised to see Bryan County Middle School rated as one of Georgia's underperforming Title I schools.
Students listed on Bryan County Middle School's fourth nine-weeks honor roll:
The Bryan County School System has received a grant from the state that will fund more than $450,000 in technology equipment upgrades.
California high school English teacher Dana Dusbiber took to Valerie Strauss's education blog at the Washington Post recently to make an impassioned if familiar argument: Stop teaching Shakespeare in high school.
Hours of study and preparation seem to go out the window every time Katie Fisher sits down to take an exam.
A new teacher training program announced by the Boston-based Woodrow Wilson Foundation in partnership with MIT aims to upend teacher training by awarding degrees based on mastery of specific skills, not time in the classroom. (See a Q&A with Patrick Riccards of the Woodrow Wilson Foundation here.)
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