Government, military, education and law enforcement officials gathered to discuss the importance of effective cybersecurity training during Augusta University's Cyber Education Summit Wednesday.
A Columbia Middle School teacher is in hot water over comments he is accused of making about the school's most famous student.
According to officials with Safe Kids of Aiken County, which holds the annual event now in its 15th year, 44 children are struck by cars in the U.S. each day.
Even after 26 years in education and a decade of musical and leadership training, 2016 teacher of the year candidate Phyllis Porter-Johnson said she remains as dedicated to her job as ever.
Jennifer Gurley, who is in her fourth year teaching at Westmont Elementary, said teaching had always been her calling as long as she can remember.
The "human element" has caused more security breaches and computer network damages than any technology failure, retired Army Maj. Gen. John Davis said Thursday night.
As soon as Sabrina Paige heard about the Power Lunch Reading Initiative that launched at Richmond County elementary schools this week, she said she “jumped at the chance to participate.”
Soon after the name change to Augusta University, College of Dental Medicine Dean Carol Lefebvre said she heard from students concerned that the name Georgia no longer graces the state's only ...