Special to the Enterprise
It’s not unusual for every bus running in the county to experience at least one driver illegally passing a stopped bus a day, amounting to over 200 violations a day.
Source: Douglas County Sentinel
ABAC agriculture program has more than 1,000 students
The Board of Regents recently designated ABAC as Georgia’s official Agricultural State College.
Source: Moultrie Observer
More than 4,300 books read by students in Newton County over summer
Source: Newton Citizen
East Georgia State College Augusta to launch on GRU campus next week
East Georgia State College Augusta will launch on the GRU campus next week as a transition program for students who did not meet requirements for GRU but who hope to attend the university in the future.
Source: Augusta Chronicle
Bus drivers protest outside Atlanta Public Schools headquarters
About 70 drivers protested over low wages and not getting paid for days worked.
Gwinnett County Public Schools approves building new school for $1.93 million
Source: Gwinnett Daily Post
Board of Regents adopts ‘mission creep’ policy
The new policy, which went into effect immediately, is aimed at ending the duplication of degree programs at the 31 public colleges and universities and prevent the overlapping of services — also known as “mission creep.”
Source: Albany Herald