A study released by two organizations states about 21,000 less students in English language arts and about 29,000 fewer in math are on track for grade-level proficiency than prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, when schools shifted to online classes.
- Fulton County Schools' $1.06B 2020-21 budget is $10M less than ’19-20 but keeps millage rate same
- Fulton district decides on in-person classes in 2020-21 with option for virtual instruction
- DeKalb's youth summer program goes virtual
- Atlanta and Sandy Springs residents and businesses continue acts of kindness amid the COVID-19 outbreak