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Valdosta State University gets Christa McAuliffe Award

Special to SEGAZINE

The Christa McAuliffe award is given to institutions that are able to show their effectiveness in producing Pre-K through twelfth grade learning outcomes; it’s the second time in ten years that VSU has won the award from the American Association of State Colleges and Universities Christa McAuliffe Excellence in Teacher Education Award program.
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

 Country Store at ABAC open for business online
The online store offers toys, blacksmith items, souvenirs, turpentine and rosin, and general merchandise. An additional category of food items include jellies, jams, preserves, butter, syrup, candy, relish, honey, tea cakes, grits and corn meal.
Source: Tifton Gazette

Richmond County school bus drivers protest for better pay, treatment
About a dozen Richmond County school bus drivers protested outside the board of education Tuesday evening to bring attention to what they call unfair wages and mistreatment.
Source: Augusta Chronicle

UGA forms new search committee for vice president
The committee will recommend finalists to succeed Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations’ Tom Landrum, who will be retiring at the end of the academic year on June 30 after nearly 40 years of service to the institution.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Summer lunch programs in Clarke County reached only a fraction of intended children
About 7,000 students in the Clarke County School District get free and reduced lunches during the school year, but only about 2,000 lunches a day were distributed during the summer.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Political Insider: Cherokee Co. school board members, two others indicted
“Local school board member Kelly Marlow, Republican political consultant Robert Trim, and county GOP secretary Barbara Knowles were indicted by a Cherokee County grand jury today on a total of 12 counts of making false statements to local police.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Dougherty County School System interim superintendent agrees to work at 49% salary
The school district and the Teacher Retirement System of Georgia have been haggling over Interim Superintendent Butch Mosely’s contract status for the last two weeks.
Source: Albany Herald


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