The end of the school year and the end of Charles Nagle's career also is the start of a new era in which the system is transitioning to larger, more cost-effective campuses.
As the school year winds down, it's good to remembers that sometimes lessons come from unlikely places.
Mr. Lloyd wouldn't be pleased with the way custodians have failed to make the case for preventing their jobs from being outsourced.
After 11 years with Babies 'R' Us, it's time to step down.
The reported thefts from the Stratford Community Association reinforces the wisdom of the school system decision to change the way private groups operate in schools.
Try as I might, I just couldn't get educators to break down the College and Career Readiness Performance Index in a way that the rest of us can understand.
With the stroke of the governor's pen, Georgia no longer is one of the states with no limits on how much lobbyists can spend to influence legislation.
Columbia County School Superintendent Charles Nagle has never been one to mince words, but he's been especially blunt now that he's retiring.
The theme for this past week in Columbia County could be "Girls Gone Wild," but not remotely in a good way.
Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal and the state Legislature made a bipartisan effort this pass session to correct their mistake that nearly crippled the state's technical colleges.
The idea that the vagrants convicted of train-hopping in Columbia County were harmless is "hogwash."
It's Teacher Appreciation Week, but it's hard to imagine any profession these days that feels less appreciated - especially during budget season.
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