High school students earn free college credits

By   /  May 31, 2016  /  Education, Education Blog, Georgia  /  No Comments


The Move on When Ready program in Georgia is a statewide dual-enrollment program that covers all expenses for high school students taking college courses. “I like that they offer the program to students because it just gives you a chance to get ahead and it’s really smart, especially for people like me who aspire to […]

Read More →

Georgia GOP voters emphatically want more school choice

By   /  May 27, 2016  /  Education, Georgia, News, Politics & Elections  /  No Comments

LOSING CHOICE: School choice has been a great equalizer in Vermont for nearly 150 years, but Act 46 stands to wipe out that tradition, and people need to understand the law before it’s too late.

Despite its appearance near the bottom of the ballot, 75 percent of Georgia GOP primary voters this week supported additional school choice options when voting on a non-binding ballot question. More Republicans answered the ballot question than cast votes in the U.S. Senate race, which was placed at the top of the ballot. There is an open voting […]

Read More →

AJC columnist: Send Republicans a message on school choice

By   /  May 19, 2016  /  Education Blog, Georgia  /  No Comments

The Atlanta Journal Constitution’s Kyle Wingfield urges Georgia voters to “send a message” about school choice to the state’s Republican hierarchy by voting in the state primary May 24 for a ballot question that would “empower parents with the right to use the tax dollars allocated for the education of their children, allowing them the […]

Read More →

Public-private broadband program for low-income families expands

By   /  April 21, 2016  /  Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, News, Technology  /  No Comments

Photo Credit: Flickr/Creative Commons/Dennis Skley

Several broadband providers are working with the federal government on the initiative, but Cox will be the first to extend the discount to its entire coverage area.

Read More →

FCC’s Lifeline expansion: Rural internet solution or taxpayer boondoggle?

By   /  April 19, 2016  /  Alabama, Georgia, Kentucky, National, News, Technology, Tennessee  /  No Comments

Photo courtesy of YouTube.

“It’s part of a bigger effort by the FCC to expand taxpayer-funded broadband projects,” Williams said.

Read More →