Richmond County Superintendent Angela Pringle will undergo her first end-of-year evaluation, where board members will judge her past nine months overseeing Augusta's 61 schools.
School officials have been keeping a particularly close watch on two schools with high enrollment, Sue Reynolds Elementary and Langford Middle.
With no comprehensive tracking system in place to follow students from high school to college, school districts across Georgia, and most across the nation, have no way to measure how successful ...
The prekindergarten experience came a few months early for the 22 families roaming the halls of Blythe Elementary during the school's Transitional Tour on Thursday afternoon.
Schools in Richmond and Columbia counties could gain access to lucrative federal technology grants through the second round of Georgia's Connections for Classrooms program.
That shared dedication to hard work has kept Richmond County's only welding prorgam together since the 1980s, a course designed to offer a "supportive family" and future career prospects.
As some schools in Georgia reported glitches during the Georgia Milestones launch, Columbia and Richmond counties said they avoided the worst of the technical issues.
Around 330 Richmond County Technical Career Magnet School students attended a "Business Buzz" breakfast designed to teach "soft skills" to high school students readying for college or future careers.
Around 50 Murphey Middle School and T.W. Josey High School parents gathered at Joey's cafeteria to discuss the planned merger of the two schools with Richmond County school officials Thursday.
New York businessman Ernest English Jr. said he plans to close on a $500,000 purchase with the Richmond County Board of Education on May 7. The board of education approved the sale on Tuesday.
The Augusta region's workforce is getting old, and the younger generation isn't studying career fields to prepare for job openings in the next five years, according to a study released Wednesday.
The Richmond County Board of Education unanimously passed a resolution to choose the Investing in Education Excellence flexibility option during Tuesday's committee meeting.
After six months of deliberation and five community meetings the Board of Education will decide which one of the three school flexibility options best fits the needs of Augusta's schools during ...
As five schools in Richmond and Columbia counties begin implementing a new "cybersecurity" career pathway this summer, teachers and students are busy preparing for the new curriculum.
A small crowd of Richmond County residents attended a community meeting discussing the school flexibility option Tuesday, offering their support for what they see as the right option for Augusta ...
Student teachers spent an hour running mock classrooms, offering lessons on biology, English and mathematics, and using smart boards and videos to augment their lessons.
As school systems across Georgia start to overhaul their career, technical and agricultural education programs to fit the needs of local employers, they're being encouraged by tradesmen and ...
Using the Zonar system, the school system hopes to compile data on route times to create more efficient routes and offer more security to more than 22,000 students and school system employees.
Richmond County school officials are overhauling how teachers are hired and support staffs are supervised, which they say necessary for building stronger bonds between schools and their staff.
Board of Education members from Richmond and Columbia counties said they strongly opposed Governor Nathan Deal's proposed school opportunity district legislation.