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Update: MCSD Tribunal upholds teacher layoff Video included

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A laid off Muscogee County school teacher is trying to get her job back during a tribunal hearing. LaQuita Buckner was let go on July 11th after serving the school district for 18 years. More>>

Cool School: Glenwood Video included

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Glenwood is teaching kids the importance of a "hand written letter" through a student-run post office.11 students meet twice a week after school to sort and deliver the mail that any student, parent, or teacher can write and drop off in a mailbox in the front of the school. The mail is then delivered to the classrooms 3 times a week. Last year, students were sworn in by the Smiths Station Post Master- but not before they could prove they could handle the job.“Those who scored 80% on the onlin... More>>

Eight Auburn students test positive for tuberculosis infection

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Eight Auburn University students have tested positive for the tuberculosis infection, the Alabama Department of Public Health confirmed Thursday. More>>

Woodrow Lowe addresses Phenix City school board over firing Video included

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Former Central High School football coach Woodrow Lowe addressed the Phenix City school board Tuesday for the first time since his controversial firing in May. More>>

MEA Golden Apple set to launch for 2014-15 School Year

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Do you know a deserving teacher? Send us his or her name for consideration by visiting http://www.wrbl.com/goldenapple. More>>

Update: Smiths Station school evacuated after gas leak

No injuries reported after gas leak at Smiths Station Freshman Center. No injuries reported after gas leak at Smiths Station Freshman Center.
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The Smiths Station Freshman Center was evacuated Wednesday morning after a gas leak on campus, a Lee County schools spokesperson confirmed. No injuries were reported. More>>

Hundreds honor Dorothy Height's memory at school dedication Video included

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The first public school in the country to be named after activist Dorothy Height was dedicated in Columbus Saturday. Hundreds came to the ceremony to honor her legacy. "A legend. An icon. A humanitarian," Lois Keith. More>>

Georgia Officials urge former students to "Go back. Move ahead." Video included

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As college students prepare to go back to school, Colleges across Georgia are encouraging students who started on their degree but didn't finish to go back as well. Columbus State is one of those schools offering a new program to make it easier for returning students. More>>

Tuberculosis case reported at Auburn University

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Testing to begin on students and staff near Auburn University individual now sicken with TB.

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Columbus school bus driver: Man had his pants down

A Columbus bus driver told police Wednesday morning there was a man without pants standing near the bus. A Columbus bus driver told police Wednesday morning there was a man without pants standing near the bus.
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Columbus police are investigating a claim that a man was seen with his pants down near a school bus Wednesday morning. More>>

Muscogee schools to expand "relationship skills" class Video included

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Classes teaches abstinence and other relationship skills, officials say. The program will be expanded to include sixth graders. More>>

Muscogee schools dropped from state's list of "alert schools"

Muscogee schools removed from state list while Meriwether and Troup county schools added to Georgia list of schools falling behind on state test assessment standards. Muscogee schools removed from state list while Meriwether and Troup county schools added to Georgia list of schools falling behind on state test assessment standards.
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Troup and Meriwether county schools added to list of schools falling behind on test assessment standards.

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Garrard Center locks doors for good on first day of school Video included

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On the first day of school, some Columbus girls had to adjust to a new routine. The closing of the Garrard Center affects more than 100 girls and their families.The sole community center in the Winterfield area has been around for more than 40 years, but is closed after parents and supporters failed to raise $100,000 to keep it open. When Girls, Inc. announced in May that the Elizabeth and Gardiner Garrard Memorial Girls Club would close without the money, elected officials and community lead... More>>

Muscogee students head back to school Video included

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After a months' long summer break, Muscogee County students started their new school year Thursday morning. News 3's Naomi Keitt was at Dorothy Heights Elementary School as teachers and school administrators welcomed student to the brand new campus. More>>

PHOTOS: Loyd Elementary back to school

Students and staff returned for 2014 classes at Fort Benning Tuesday. Students and staff returned for 2014 classes at Fort Benning Tuesday.
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Snapshots as WRBL News 3's partners in education Loyd Elementary School returned for classes. More>>

Georgia will launch new GED program in 2014

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The State of Georgia will launch a new GED® program in January 2014 that has been developed by the national GED Testing Service (GEDTS) in Washington, D.C. More>>

Governor Robert Bentley says pay raises for teachers and funding for pre-kindergarten programs will be some of his highest priorities during the next legislative session. More>>

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  • Naomi Keitt

    Naomi Keitt

    Naomi Keitt focuses on education reporting for WRBL News 3.
    Naomi Keitt focuses on education reporting for WRBL News 3.
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