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Lanier Tech’s first director dies

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John H. Lloyd Jr. was the first leader of what is now Lanier Technical College.

Source: Gainesville Times

 Lanier Technical College signs dual enrollment agreement with Lumpkin County
Dual enrollment is when a student can take courses at a college while still enrolled in high school, and receive both college and high school credit.
Source: Gainesville Times

 Two Georgia College faculty members named Fulbright Scholars
Dr. Carol Christy and Dr. Joe Mocnik will travel abroad during the next year to teach and research on their respective subjects.
Source: Milledgeville Union-Recorder

 Georgia’s YDC gets technology upgrades
The education division of the Department of Juvenile Justice announced it will roll out additional technology upgrades in its classrooms this summer aiming to increase the graduation rate for the next year.
Source: Southern Political Report

 Vidalia BOE approves lower school budget
Source: Southeast Georgia Today

 Muscogee County Superintendent finalist is David Lewis
A look at the cost of two search firms and thousands of hours to find the new superintendent finalist.
Source: WRBL.com

Video: Rob Varner and John Phillips discuss new Muscogee schools superintendent
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer

UGA planning major fundraising drive with new president in office
President Jere Morehead’s main task in the months ahead will be leading that drive, hoping to raise more than $1 billion, he told groups he met with in his first week in office.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Most Clarke County schools score better on CRCTs
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Many Middle Georgia schools show CRCT score improvements
A Telegraph analysis shows that midstate schools generally had passing rates above 80 percent on the state’s Criterion-Referenced Competency Test, and some schools posted nearly perfect rates of students passing the tests.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Houston County BOE approves unchanged millage rate
Source: Macon Telegraph

Plan to move Albany Early College to Albany High disrupted
Albany High apparently doesn’t have enough classroom space to handle Albany Early College.
Source: Albany Herald

Dougherty County Interim Superintendent urges community to support schools
Mixing stories with seriousness, Butch Mosely, who became the District’s interim super in January, urged the Rotarians to stand behind the DCSS as it strives to recover from missteps of the past.
Source: Albany Herald

Jim Galloway: UGA President Jere Morehead on domestic partner benefits
“Expect the University of Georgia to go no further on the issue of domestic partner benefits for employees without the approval of the Board of Regents or the Legislature, newly ensconced President Jere Morehead said Tuesday.”
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

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