(The Center Square) – Foster children and students who are identified as homeless will be able to attend Georgia public universities and technical colleges for free, starting July 1.
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Georgia Gov. Brian Kemp signs legislation Monday, May 3, 2021, at the state Capitol in Atlanta.
Gov. Brian Kemp signed several bills Monday to lower the age requirement for Georgia parents to adopt children from 25 to 21, create tuition waivers for foster kids to attend in-state universities and bolster legal protections for adopted children against abuse.
ATLANTA – On March 30, the Georgia Environmental Protection Division learned of a widespread system outage affecting the transmission of infor…
ATLANTA — Gov. Brian Kemp unveiled a “Georgia-centric” health-care reform plan Thursday based on newly won federal approval of two waivers to expand health-insurance coverage outside the provisions of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Georgia’s top school official aims to make year-end standardized tests count “essentially zero” toward students’ final grades in the 2020-21 school year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
Good news about airlines has been hard to come by over the past several months, but United Airlines just came up with something that is bound …
A request to scrap end-of-year tests for Georgia public schools amid the COVID-19 pandemic drew overwhelming support from students, teachers, parents and others during a two-week comment period, state school officials said Thursday.
Ohio State football players had to sign a waiver acknowledging COVID-19 risks before they could take part in voluntary workouts, The Columbus Dispatch reported Sunday.