Trees Atlanta partners with APS for Earth Day and beyond

For Earth Day, schools joined in on Trees Atlanta’s BeltLine Arboretum Education Program to go green and make their schools greener in the process. Students in environmental clubs from Grady High, Brown Middle, Tech High, Atlanta Charter Middle and KIPP Strive Academy are exploring Atlanta’s environment through many hands-on activities such as school bird counts, live animal... Continue Reading →

11 APS high school students selected for Posse Foundation scholarships

Eleven APS high school students have earned Posse Foundation scholarships to attend three colleges in the fall of 2010.  The students were selected based on academic excellence and outstanding leadership. APS students selected to attend Bard College: Durante Barringer (Therrell School of Health Science and Research), Treyonna Frazier (Carver School of the Arts), and Benjamin... Continue Reading →

Dr. Hall calls for teacher incentives during Secretary Duncan’s visit to Tech High

APS Superintendent Dr. Beverly L. Hall expressed a hope to explore ways to reward quality teachers who want to stay in the classroom without having to promote them into administration positions as part of a "listen and learn" event with U.S. Secretary of Education Arne Duncan and U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson (Ga.) on Monday morning... Continue Reading →

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