04 Aug
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Teachers Creatively Aim to Bring Business & Industry Professionals into the Classroom

Submitted by: Melinda Berry-Dreisbach, Public Information Specialist, Fayette County Schools Fayette County Schools high school Career and Technical Education (CTE) teachers have plans to actively involve more business and industry professionals in the classroom this year. To help them achieve this goal, they spent time during their preplanning working with consultant Greg Wilson of the […]

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05 May
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Auriel’s Way: From Macon to Harvard…

By Scotty Fletcher Living in a socio-economically depressed school district doesn’t mean your path in life is set in stone. With enough hard work and initiative, that path can lead all the way to Harvard and even Shanghai, China – just ask Auriel Wright. Auriel graduated in 2015 the valedictorian of Northeast High School in […]

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08 Feb
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For the Love of Science. And the Pursuit of Curiosity.

March 24, 2016 Stephanie Critchfield, ADDO Worldwide Growing up in Virginia, Brian Butler was a self-described weather nerd, fascinated by its unpredictability and the science of it all. It’s that innate curiosity that motivated him to leave home at 17 years old to pursue Meteorology at the University of Oklahoma. Then the military came knocking. They were looking for weather […]

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08 Feb
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Pioneering a new family legacy

April 20th, 2016 – Atlanta, Ga. Stephanie Critchfield, ADDO Worldwide When Erick Juarez graduated from Harvard University in 2015 he paused to reflect, thankful for where he was but also for where he came from. As the child of migrant farmers, it was the kind of moment he had stolen away many times in life as he chipped steadily away […]

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08 Feb
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A Lesson in Purpose- From a Ga Teacher of the Year

A Lesson in Purpose From a Georgia Teacher of the Year Amanda Milner loves to learn; anyone who attended elementary, middle, and high school with her knew that. An active and involved student, she was an academic, even an overachiever. Another thing everyone knew about Amanda—she was going to do something really big with her […]

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