Posts tagged with "education"

Responsive Home Workshop at The Friends School of Atlanta

Posted by Guest April 16, 2018

After last year’s success, The Friends School of Atlanta (FSA) is pleased to again offer the Responsive Home workshop in partnership with the Willow Foundation. Led by Responsive Classroom consultant Amy Kelly, this workshop offers social and emotional management strategies that parents and families can use at home in conjunction with the Responsive Classroom techniques […]

New Primrose School of Druid Hills Hosts Grand Opening

Posted by Guest October 21, 2017

Please join Franchise Owners Laura and Paul Stechmesser for a grand opening event to celebrate Primrose School of Druid Hills. Local families and children are invited to attend the grand opening celebration on Saturday, Oct. 21, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. During the grand opening celebration, children and families will have the opportunity to […]

Gladden Public Lecture – “You’re Hired! But Are You An Employee?”

Posted by Guest September 19, 2017

Not all workers are considered employees by the law. In his lecture titled “You’re Hired! But Are You An Employee?,” Augustus “Gus” Bonner Cochran III, a political science professor at Agnes Scott College, will address how the definition of employee is changing, how the broader social context of neoliberal globalization is shaping these changes, and […]

Ready or not? – School scores released

Posted by Dan Whisenhunt April 21, 2014

The Georgia Department of Education has released its 2013 College and Career Ready Performance Index scores. Decatur continued to make improvements, but did show a slight decline in its elementary CCRPI score from 2012. The biggest gainer was Atlanta Public Schools, which improved at every grade level. DeKalb County fell the furthest behind, losing ground […]

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