Monday Reading List: Education News from Across the South

  • In Nashville, community education classes that offer adult and senior classes are making a comeback after budget cuts and mismanagement. (The Tennessean)
  •   Guy Bailey, the former President of Texas Tech, has been announced as the new President for the University of Alabama. (The Birmingham News)
  •  A recent study shows that more and more parents are cutting down on college costs by choosing less expensive schools for their children or making students live at home while they get their degree. (AJC)
  •  In Alabama, the Huntsville school district prepares more than 22,000 laptops and ipads for the upcoming school year. (The Huntsville Times)
  •  In Louisiana, the Orleans Parish School Board is looking for visionary new candidates. (The Times- Picayune)
  • A Georgia entrepreneur suggests that taxpayers should be protected from failed ventures such as some charter schools. (AJC)
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