Three weeks before she began as the principal of Butler High School, Stacey Mabray called all faculty and staff to the school June 10 for a two-day retreat. Mabray, however, insisted on calling ...
Last year, Alfonzo Williams announced that he would conduct a massive overhaul of the Richmond County School Safety department to cut down on inefficiencies and increase accountability.
An analysis of the reports by "The Augusta Chronicle" found that 25 percent of Richmond County's 216 school buses were declared unfit to carry students in 2013. Officials say all violations were ...
In a new evaluation tool released Thursday, the effectiveness of Georgia schools is no longer measured just by how many students pass standardized tests but also by how much individual growth ...
The officers of the Richmond County School Safety and Security Department returned to the classroom Tuesday, only this time, as students.
The school board will begin the interview process in a closed meeting at the Augusta Metro Chamber of Commerce at 1 p.m. Friday. A second session will be held at 8:30 a.m. Saturday.
Students in both of Augusta's school districts made gains in several end of course tests categories this year but Richmond County students still lag behind in math and sciences.
Superintendent Frank Roberson said all changes made in May before final grades were submitted were justified and reflect updates made after students completed makeup work using online credit recovery.
The Richmond County Board of Education discussed giving principals a three-year period to improve their student's academic performance on pain of possible demotion during Thursday's meetings.
Elementary and middle school students in both Richmond and Columbia County continue to perform well in language arts but Richmond County students but fall short in math and science.
Richmond County Board of Education board members received guided tours of construction projects at Sue Reynolds Elementary School and John M. Tutt Middle School.
The Georgia Charter Schools Association held an educational meeting on charter school systems for the Augusta area, arguing for the benefits of such schools.
Georgia seventh grade students born after January 1, 2002 and those entering the school system in grades 8-12 must receive a dose of Tdap vaccine and one dose of meningococcal conjugate vaccine to ...
The CSRA Economic Opportunity Authority is receiving the grant from the Department of Health and Human Services to help fund Head Start programs in the Augusta area.
Georgia high school students showed improvements in most areas on the 2014 end-of-course tests, particularly in literature and science, but they still struggle with math.
Eighth-graders from Richmond and Columbia counties showed strong gains in reading, science and social studies.
A history museum is being constructed in the Academy of Richmond County media center to house photographs, documents, athletic items, and other artifacts from its 230-year legacy.
Oh, what a night. As improbable as it sounds, an Academy of Richmond County student managed to book Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons - subjects of the new movie "Jersey Boys" - for a high school ...
Tanya Mount, a parent volunteer at McBean Elementary School, filed suit against the school system in November after being banned from the school's campus.