Student newspapers work to make ends meet

The University of Georgia’s Red and Black and the University of Virginia’s Cavalier Daily have recently cut back the number of days they publish print editions.
Source: New York Times

Hall County Schools considers adding Gaggle to keep tabs on electronic discussions
The proposed program, Gaggle, would monitor, filter and archive those interactions, arguably offering more security for both teachers and students.
Source: Gainesville Times

United Way picks Savannah Tech as strategic partner
United Way of the Coastal Empire announced today it has selected Savannah Technical College as a strategic initiative partner for economic independence with a grant for $290,000.
Source: Savannah Morning News

Early education officials to be in Milledgeville today
Visitors will get a close look at Saint Stephen’s Day School at 11 a.m., then hear more about Quality Rated, Georgia’s system to assess, improve and communicate the quality level in child care programs.
Source: Macon Telegraph


UGA works to boost black male enrollment
The University of Georgia has launched a $10,000 program billed as a way to attract more black males to the student body.


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