With education being one of the primary focal points of Gov. Henry McMaster’s agenda heading into his first elected term as the state’s top lawmakers, teachers from across the state want their voices heard.
In a one-on-one interview with WTOC’s Elizabeth Rawlins, Byrne candidly compared her four years in office to child birth. She thought she knew what to expect going into it, but the experience itself was quite different.
Graduation is supposed to be one of the happiest days of college, but hundreds of Georgia Southern University seniors in Statesboro learned of major changes to the ceremony that leave them dreading it.
The full 30-minute public comment period before the meeting was filled with countless parents and students calling for the school board to reinstate Amanda O’Nan until the allegations against her are proven.