A Bartow County school board member accused of striking a teenager with her SUV in a dispute over a Walmart parking space has resigned from the school board.
APS Superintendent Erroll Davis has made the recommendation to cut the CIS (Communities and Schools) Program from the Atlanta Public School System. Today we had a conversation with some representatives of CIS as well as […]
A member of the Vicksburg Warren School Board drew criticism for suggesting that teachers use Playboy magazine as a literary source to encourage students to read.
According to the Huffington Post: George Zimmerman’s attorneys said in a press conference Tuesday afternoon that they will no longer be representing him. The attorneys claim that Zimmerman repeatedly rebuffed their legal advice, and that they […]
ATLANTA (WAOK/CBSDFW.COM)-As the Atlanta CRCT cheating scandal continues to unfold, the results are reaching far and wide. Kathy Augustine, one time Atlanta Public Schools Deputy Superintendent has been hired as Superintendent of the Desoto Independent […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)-The Atlanta Public School Board will hold a community meeting on Wednesday to allow the two finalists for the job of school superintendent to meet the public. Cheryl Atkinson, superintendent of Lorain City Public Schools […]
ATLANTA (WAOK)- Parents gathered at the Capitol Tuesday, to protest a ruling by the Georgia Supreme Court. The Capitol was filled with signs created by parents and students who feel their quest for a better education might be […]
The vote went in last night in Dekalb County to close eight schools. Atheron, Glen Haven, Gresham Park, Peachcrest, Medlock and Sky Haven Elementary Schools, Avondale Middle School and Avondale High School are all expected […]
After ten hours of deliberation on Monday, Atlanta Public Schools agreed to follow the terms proposed by SACS. The terms that APS must fulfill before the September 30th deadline include finding a superintendent and hiring a mediator to resolve […]
Atlanta public high schools have been placed on probation. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS) threatened to take away the school system’s accreditation if they did not resolve issues on the school board. […]