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A new study by WalletHub ranks Georgia as the state with the highest dropout rate.
Raigon Wilson, Jeneshia Washington-Hughes and Kirbe Bostick are honored.
Teachers can be nominated on the mall’s Facebook page through March 24. The winning teacher will receive a $500 mall gift card on National Teacher’s Day, Tuesday, May 6.
The Cobb County Board of Education will conduct its March work session this week.
Wildcat boys will take on Tift County for the Class AAAAAA basketball championship in Macon.
Parents will be notified via telephone or e-mail prior to spring holidays.
The participating universities in the program, including Kennesaw State University, will develop a model master’s-level teacher preparation program, offering fellows a rigorous yearlong ex
Representatives from Cobb colleges and universities will be present to help Cobb high school students and families can learn how to earn college credit while enrolled in Cobb high schools
Plan will not include make-up days or longer school days.
The deadline to apply is March 31, 2014.
Cobb Board of Education approves the two elementary schools to be rebuilt using newly collected Cobb Education SPLOST IV funds.
As of late Thursday night, Marietta City Schools had yet to make a decision as to if or when it will open on Friday.
School system says it's monitoring weather conditions.
School system had previously announced that all Monday after-school activities had been cancelled.
Forecasts of inclement weather expected to result in countless postponements and cancellations around the north Georgia region this week.
The winter weather roller coaster continues in Georgia.
Board still uncertain how to approach naming a successor the superintendent who announced his resignation last week.
A dozen county elementary school students chosen as this year’s winners of the Ninth Annual Allatoona Ally Artist Challenge.
Learn how your tax dollars are being appropriated and how Cobb Schools proposes to balance the budget at a town hall meeting Wednesday night.
Cobb County Schools Superintendent Dr. Michael Hinojosa delivers shocking news at Monday night's board meeting.