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Dual accreditation would allow each individual school to pursue its own accreditation from the Georgia Accrediting Commission.
'Over the past 20 years, Atlanta has seen the emergence of a new class of white professionals who initially chose to live in the city during their 20s and are now also opting to raise families within the city limits.'
'It had never dawned on me that there was a time before Windex.'
Opinion, Real Estate
The coral-colored building is slated to become a privately run senior care facility.
Cars rule the roadways in Atlanta, but can you imagine a parking deck for bikes instead of cars?
One Old Fourth Ward activist's take on what she sees as a predator company on motorists.
This week is teacher appreciation week. Which teacher do you most remember?
In business, competition forces innovation and change. Those that don't get left behind.
Two Candler Park fathers say DeKalb Avenue is dangerous barrier for children.
One Old Fourth Ward parent's take on possible solutions to overcrowding and under-utilized schools.
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