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UGA’s graduate psychology programs named one of top three

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UGA’s graduate psychology program is broken into three prospective majors — industrial and organizational psychology, clinical psychology, and behavioral and brain sciences.
Source: Red&Black.com

Muscogee County School District won’t lay off teachers
No Reduction in Force (RIF) for teachers is needed for fiscal year 2014.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

Muscogee County out-of-school suspensions decrease
However, black students are disproportionately represented.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

SEC Media Days to be held in Hoover, Alabama this week
A look at five storylines to keep an eye out for.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

• The SEC’s ten most intriguing people for media days
Source: Macon Telegraph 

New North Atlanta High to be state’s most expensive public school
The total cost for the school will be just under $150 million.
Source: WSB-TV

Gainesville school cafeteria workers get attendance incentive
It’s a pilot program for the system’s 65 food service assistants. For the first five months of the new school year workers with perfect attendance get an extra $50; if they miss one day they get $25 according to School Nutrition Director Penny Fowler.
Source: AccessNorthGa.com

World Language Academy in Hall County to host educators from Brazil
Source: AccessNorthGa.com

Morehead graduate becomes national PTA president
Otha Thornton is the first African-American male to become president of the National Parent Teacher Association.
Source: WXIA-TV

Worth County BOE reaches tentative compromise with MCLB
Worth County School administrators and MCLB-Albany officials reached a tentative deal Monday morning which will allow 57 children of active-duty Marines stationed at the base to continue to attend county schools for at least the 2013-14 school year.
Source: Albany Herald

Lee County BOE approves $59 million school budget
Source: Albany Herald

 

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