Articles written by: Orlando Montoya

Georgia

Proposed Georgia Tech College Closures Target Rural Schools

Eighteen Georgia technical college campuses may face closure.

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Georgia Health Science University Sends Medical Students South

Georgia Health Science University in Augusta is sending more third- and fourth- year medical students to southeast Georgia hospitals.

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Georgia Lawmaker: Huckaby Won't Merge Historically Black Colleges and Universities

The state Senate’s Higher Education Committee chairman says he’s been assured, there won’t be any mergers of Georgia’s historically black universities.

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Few Clues In Georgia Regents Merger Guidelines

New guidelines for merging Georgia public colleges and universities are little comfort to those wanting to keep some institutions separate.

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Schools Struggle To Supply Manufacturers With Skilled Workers

Georgia policy makers say they want to create good, high-paying jobs in manufacturing and logistics. But many of those jobs already exist. They’re going unfilled because Georgians lack the skills to do them.

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Student Loan Defaults Spike

Federal student loan defaults are rising sharply in Georgia. The latest numbers from the US Education Department show nine percent of Georgia students defaulted in the first two years of repayment.

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Georgia Governor To School Boards: Work Together

Georgia Governor Nathan Deal says he’s hopeful he won’t have to use new powers to remove local school board members.

Savannah Principal Outlines Turnaround Plan
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Savannah Principal Outlines Turnaround Plan

A Savannah school principal is telling parents how administrators plan to turnaround one of Georgia’s worst public schools.