Decatur teacher Tama Trotti has been awarded a national teacher scholarship by the Association of American Educators Foundation to fund her trip to the Georgia Educational Technology Conference this fall.
High school students and their families can explore postsecondary options at the Probe College Fair on Sept. 1 at the Mall at Stonecrest in Lithonia.
DeKalb County resident educator W. Calvin Anderson presented his “action-learning” student engagement model at the 2016 summer program Beyond the Game: The Business of Sports for high school students at Columbia University on July 5-Aug. 5.
Swimmers can get in a few more laps at four county pools and the aquatic center through Sept. 5.
Middle school students and their parents or guardians can attend the ninth annual STEMS Career Fair on Aug. 27 at Saint Philip AME Church in Atlanta.
Ten AAU All Americans with the Mark Trail Flying Eagles youth track club had finishes in the top eight at the 2016 AAU Junior Olympics in Humble, Texas, on July 30-Aug. 6.
Georgia State University students can dispose of unused or expired prescription drugs on an anonymous, “no-questions-asked” basis at GSU campuses in Clarkston, Decatur, Dunwoody, downtown Atlanta, and Covington.
GPTC students now have a more flexible path toward a bachelor's degree thanks to a new Degree Up partnership and transfer agreement with Herzing University.
Pre-k through fifth-grade students can hone their reading skills with two new online resources, TumbleBookLibrary and Scholastic BookFlix, available at the DeKalb Public Library.
Members of the community can offer input at two meetings for the DeKalb School District's Secondary School Facility Planning and Feasibility Study for middle and high schools.
Residents are asked to donate school supplies through Aug. 12 for interim CEO Lee May's seventh annual DeKalb Family Fun Day on Aug. 14 at Bransby Outdoor YMCA at Rock Chapel.
DeKalb’s 102,000 school children returned to the classroom for the first day of the 2016-2017 academic year on Aug. 8 as the school district unveiled a new code of student conduct.
Decatur native Jayla Moody’s commitment to social justice started early and runs deep. Moody, Miller Grove High’s 2015 valedictorian, served on a cyber-bullying panel sponsored by the Anti-Defamation League where panelists discussed the effects of online hatred and what they ...
DeKalb Schools Superintendent R. Stephen Green will visit seven schools on Aug. 8, the first day of the new 2016-2017 school year.
Eight new principals have been selected for the DeKalb School District's 2016-2017 school year, which begins Aug. 8. Two principals have been reassigned.