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This is the second year the college has held a graduation ceremony following its summer semester.
You already know school started Aug. 1. So, when is the last day (and all the breaks in between)?
A new study by WalletHub ranks Georgia as the state with the highest dropout rate.
The state's sales tax holiday is great for back-to-school essentials. It runs through midnight on Saturday.
This is the fourth straight Snow Day for students and teachers.
Gwinnett students and staff get another day off.
School system says it's monitoring weather conditions.
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Potential for icy roads persists.
Icy conditions are expected Wednesday morning.
Schools will let out early due to the winter storm warning.
Kohl's Cares accepting nominations Jan. 31 to March 14.
The Georgia Municipal Association state-wide essay contest for 6th graders is held every spring with a dozen winners receiving $250.
The school has issued a statement regarding school activities for Jan. 7.
The graduation rate for the class of 2013 marks the first time in the No Child Left Behind era that the school system graduation rate has been higher than the state average.
A list of tips and ideas to help kids adapt to the new national curriculum requirements in school.
School officials encourage active engagement of parents in their child's education.
As cursive becomes endangered in schools, Americans evaluate what it’s really good for.