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UGA ranked 17th for graduates of ‘Teach for America’ program

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UGA ranked No. 17 among large schools in the recent ranking of colleges sending alumni to the organization’s teaching corps.
Source: Red&Black.com

 LaGrange College names gymnasium for Lee Richter
The bronze plaque installed at the gym reads “Lee Richter Gymnasium. In recognition of his philanthropy and twenty years of service to LaGrange College. Lee Richter spent his childhood playing basketball in this gym. In 1993, he resurrected the LaGrange College golf program and has served as the Head Coach ever since.”
Source: LaGrange Daily News

 Cherokee High School’s Band of Warriors to play at London’s 2015 New Year’s Day Parade
A delegation from England visited Canton on Thursday morning to announce the Cherokee High School Band of Warriors is invited to march in London’s 2015 New Year’s Day Parade.
Source: Cherokee Tribune

Emory University’s Candler School of Theology launches five new degree programs
The new degree programs include a Doctor of Ministry, Master of Arts in Religious Leadership, Master of Arts in Religion and Public Life, a dual Master of Divinity/Master of Development Practice and Master of Divinity/Master of Social Work.
Source: The Emory Wheel

Armstrong Atlantic State University signs memo of understanding with Martin Luther University of Germany
Halle, Germany is the third and final Savannah sister city with which Armstrong has forged an educational partnership.
Source: Savannah Morning News

2013 SAT scores released and Muscogee County schools continue to show improvement
Thursday’s nationwide release of the reasoning test results used for college entrance showed Muscogee’s nine high schools averaged a composite score of 1435 out of a possible 2400 (combining the reading, math and writing sections) — nine points higher than last year.
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

• Douglas County SAT scores down 35 points
Source: Douglas County Sentinel 

• Newton County’s SAT scores drop
Source: Newton Citizen 

• SAT scores down in Hall County, Gainesville
Source: Gainesville Times 

• Bulloch County SAT scores rise
Source: Statesboro Herald 

• Most Athens area schools show improvements on SATs
Source: Athens Banner-Herald 

• Average SAT scores flat in Georgia
Source: Athens Banner-Herald 

• Middle Georgia schools lag behind state and nation in SAT scores
Though 2013 SAT scores remained stagnant nationwide, no high schools in Bibb, Houston or Peach counties could match the average national score of 1,498.
Source: Macon Telegraph 

• SAT scores drop in Cobb County and Marietta
Source: Marietta Daily Journal 

• Rome and Floyd County show SAT improvements
Source: Rome News-Tribune 

• Gwinnett County Public Schools top state and national SAT averages
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post 

UGA’s Georgia Review wins six gold awards, eleven in all
Georgia Review won six awards, including one for general excellence, and five other honors in the Magazine Association of the Southeast’s 24th annual GAMMA Awards competition.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

200+ Hilsman Middle School students to attend first Bioenergy Day at UGA
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

City of Atlanta announces bid for 2018 college football championship game
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Bibb County superintendent says Promise Center will be used
If the Hutchings Career Center isn’t moved into the Promise Center, the building will be used in another way.
Source: Macon Telegraph

 

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