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Ga. Tech-Savannah offers veterans training and transition program

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The program takes place today on the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m.
Source: WTOC-TV

Moultrie Tech gets $3 million grant from U.S. Department of Labor
The money will be used to train workers to respond to breakdowns in business systems.
Source: Moultrie Observer

 Thomasville BOE addresses superintendent violations
The Thomasville City Board of Education has learned Superintendent Sabrina Boykins-Everett used her school system e-mail address “to further outside or non-school-related business.”
Source: Thomasville Times-Enterprise

Kennesaw State breaks ground on library expansion
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Saturday

Clark Atlanta University uses $300,000 grant for building renovation
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Saturday

Richmond County’s newest high school trains students in energy industry
The Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School has become the first high school in the state to adopt a career pathway curriculum designed and written by a consortium of energy experts.
Source: Augusta Chronicle/Sunday

UGA professor wins regional Emmy for documentary on Roger Ebert
Nate Kohn, a telecommunications professor for the University of Georgia Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication and associate director of the Peabody Awards, was presented an Emmy by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences’ Mid-America Chapter.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Mercer contract will keep millions in Middle Georgia
The Mercer Engineering Research Center (MERC) has been doing its work for more than two decades, and now it has landed a contract that will keep millions of dollars in the midstate and save the Air Force millions of dollars.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Decatur County Schools get 1,200 TabPilot computer tablets for all eight schools
The school system partnered with Federalgraphics, a business solutions company, to supply the tablets. Students can only see apps configured by their teachers, eliminating any distractions that would otherwise come from a tablet not designed for learning.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

Brenau student leads new chapter of Tigers for Tigers
There’s a national coalition of college students working to protect tigers, and now Brenau University has a chapter.
Source: Gainesville Times

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