Georgia is quickly becoming one of the bright spots in solar job growth in the country. According to information released Tuesday, Georgia ranked second in the U.S. for solar job growth in 2019 and led in percentage growth at 29 percent more jobs than 2018 — trailing only Florida in total job increase.read more
There has been a lot of talk lately around Georgia’s planned May 19 primary, including calls by one of the state’s top lawmakers to move the election date into June because of concerns with the COVID-19 outbreak.read more
Late last week, former State Representative Beth Beskin filed an appeal with the Georgia Supreme Court in her lawsuit that would force Secretary of State Brad Raffensperger to call an election for the seat currently held by Justice Keith Blackwell.read more
By now, most are probably aware of the huge hit that some businesses – most businesses – are taking due to the measures being taken in response to the coronavirus.read more
In this unprecedented time caused by the COVID-19 outbreak, the Georgia Department of Education (GaDOE) is focusing on several initiatives — including making sure Georgia students are fed and safe and ensuring they are learning while public schools are closed.read more
This morning it’s a typical Thursday at Georgia Cyber Academy – Georgia’s largest public school. The 9,000 students will attend their classes as usual, supported by GCA’s 700 teachers, administrators, and staff.read more
The road to the 2020 Elections could be a little bumpy this year. The Republican Party has begun its process of electing delegates to the National Convention — which may be dramatically scaled back or essentially cancelled – by holding their County Conventions this weekend.read more
“A popular phrase, while perhaps over-used by economic developers, has never been truer than today: A Rising Tide Lifts all boats,” says Amanda Shailendra, a partner in the Pendleton Consulting Group.read more
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University System of Georgia (USG) chief academic officer, Dr. Tristan Denley, recently testified before the state House Committee on Higher Education about his plan to reduce core courses students must take upon enrollment.
How “pro-enforcement” is today’s Republican state leadership on illegal immigration? With today being Crossover Day under the Gold Dome, Georgia voters will hopefully be allowed a clear view of where their House Reps stand on sanctuary policies for criminal aliens – in a state with more illegal aliens than green card holders. In an election year.
For high-achieving high school students eager to attend Georgia’s premier research universities, their senior year can be enormously stressful.