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Based on a T.R.U Story brings nothing new of significance to the hip hop game.
Facebook’s forced introduction of Timeline allows for easy access to users’ information.
Despite her many commitments, newly appointed county commissioner Allison Wright has learned how to maintain balance in her life.
For the 2012-13 school year, Clarke Central High School administrators hope changes made to Glad Time will improve its effectiveness.
Chicago teachers took a strong stand when they made the decision to strike, but how long until it is forgotten?
The community stresses that we should exceed the standards set for us, but are we challenged to even meet them?
Athenian Peter Dale, 35, studied public relations at the University of Georgia, but switched career paths 10 years ago. He is now the co-owner of two successful restaurants: The National and Empire State South.
Many undocumented students in the Clarke County School District have faces struggles since their arrivals as children in the U.S. Cedar Shoals High School senior Alejandra Diaz is one such student.
The members of the audience sat, unmoving and silent. All eyes were focused on the six teenage girls at the front of the room, their voices reverberating against the walls. Six students, three from Clarke Central High School and three from Cedar Shoals High School, were called upon to speak in a theatre at the UGA Tate Center. These students were asked to speak because of their legal status: they are undocumented.
Students and faculty at Clarke Central High School have observed an influx of smoking in student restrooms during school hours.
The East Athens Educational Dance Center Company promotes perseverance and poise, along with fostering dedicated dancers.
Those with dreadlocks often fight misconceptions and stereotypes.
The Career Technical and Agricultural Education departments at Clarke Central High School and Cedar Shoals High School, in which many students from CCHS and CSHS are enrolled, will be transferred to the Athens Community Career Academy with the start of the 2012-13 school year.
Forty-eight states, including Georgia, have recently signed on to the new curriculum known as the Common Core State Standards. These standard will increase the learning levels required for math and English classes.
“Anytime anyone comes into your classroom, whether it’s a parent, someone from the district office, or someone from the state department, you want to practice good instruction, to put on your best face,” Clarke Central High School Assistant Principal Dr. Sheila Dunham said. “It is a big deal, but we should be doing that every day of the school year.”
I am not racist; I view, speak to, interact with and love everyone the same, regardless of race.