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Kennesaw State students give birds-eye view of college challenges.READ MORE
Our most important initiative to help more Georgians further their education is Complete College Georgia. A major part of this effort is the “Go Back. Move Ahead.” campaign. “Go Back. Move Ahead.” is designed to help the more than one million Georgians who have completed some college to return and finish their degrees.
The Student Success Coach Initiative was designed to help maintain and increase retention rates by encouraging freshmen to complete degrees. The initiative pairs first-time, full-time students with no prior college credit with a faculty or staff member who acts as their success coach for the year. The coaches offer one-on-one support to encourage students to complete their two-year degree.
College of Coastal Georgia students Mitchell Hodzen and Eli Golden won the Regional, National and International Minecraft Hunger Games competition. Ninety-six libraries worldwide participated in the recent Minecraft Hunger Games tournament.
Producing a series of social documentaries that examine the local effects of the Civil Rights movement is among the key goals of a new partnership between the Tubman Museum and Middle Georgia State University.
Fort Valley State University’s College of Agriculture, Family Sciences and Technology is on the forefront of emerging technology with the help of a recent 1890 Capacity Building Grant for $149,999.
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Georgia Alliance of Education Agency Heads
The Alliance of Education Agency Heads strengthens collaborations to achieve Georgia's education priorities.
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