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Georgia’s Pre-K Program Welcomes 84,000 Four-Year-Olds This Fall

By   /  July 24, 2013  /  Education  /   Comments

Tweet State Budget Restores 180 Day Pre-K Calendar in 2013-2014 ATLANTA, Ga., (July 23, 2013) – School bells will be ringing soon for some 84,000 four-year-olds attending Georgia’s Pre-K Program. The universal, lottery-funded Pre-K program has been recognized as one of the top state programs in the nation, based on quality standards, teacher qualifications and [...]

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Senate Race Starting Slower Than Expected

By   /  February 18, 2013  /  Charlie Harper  /   Comments

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Tweet The morning that Saxby Chambliss announced his plans to retire from the US Senate, all potential would-be Senators were put on notice that they had some decisions to make.  Conventional wisdom was that they had to make them quickly.  The most recent evidence was provided by now second term Senator Johnny Isakson, who announced [...]

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Miller County School Board

By   /  October 5, 2012  /  Uncategorized  /   Comments

Tweet The Miller County School Board is the latest of several boards in South Georgia to draw the attention of the Governor. After hearing that members threatened to fire employees and hurled curse words at one another in meetings, Governor Nathan Deal took drastic steps.

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Deal’s Appointment Another Reason To Consider ‘No’ On T-SPLOST

By   /  July 12, 2012  /  Charlie Harper  /  Comments Off

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Tweet Governor Nathan Deal has enjoyed a general level of policy success during his first two years in office in a way that would not necessarily have been predicted during a long and often bitter gubernatorial campaign.  He has formed coalitions within his own party and across the aisle.  He has worked with Democratic Atlanta [...]

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No Kid Hungry in Our State

By   /  November 23, 2011  /  Opinion  /   Comments

Governor Nathan Deal

Tweet   Childhood hunger is an invisible but very real problem not only in Georgia, but in every single one of our states. Although there is not a lack of food in our country, more than 16 million children can’t count on the nutritious meals they need to lead healthy, active lives. Here in Georgia, [...]

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ASU Day at the Capitol

By   /  April 9, 2011  /  Community  /   Comments

ASU administrators with Gov. Deal

Tweet Albany State University students, alumni and administrators gathered in Atlanta on Tuesday, March 22, for ASU Day at the Capitol. During the event, the ASU Concert Chorale performed in the Rotunda as part of a celebration of the Department of Fine Arts at ASU.

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