This simple premise is part of Parkinson’s Law, an observation made by Cyril Northcote Parkinson, which claims that “work expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.” Parkinson’s observation offers a key to becoming more motivated and productive in your everyday life.
Unlike myself moving to Atlanta to continue my profession, Athena Thierry, 26, is originally from the peach state.
With schools reopening in the coming weeks, concern is growing among students with unclear guidelines. Differing opinions and changing announcements on how to handle the reopening of schools are leaving students with more questions than answers.
Technical colleges also offer extremely practical and diverse areas of study not available at 4-year universities with degree programs. With flexible scheduling and tuition being economically friendly, it is almost a no-brainer as to why students and families should take a closer look at a technical college.
As a parent or guardian of an undocumented child, you need to know your child is guaranteed a public school education. It’s their civil right living in America. There is no constitutional amendment that states anyone, legally or illegally residing in the United States, has the right to an education in this country. There are, however, a series of amendments, laws, and supreme court rulings that protects the rights of anyone seeking a public school education.
On November 19th, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation brought experts from the public and private sectors together at the 2019 Georgia Legislative Policy Forum to discuss future policy solutions.
Everton Blair was 26 when he won the District 4 seat on the Gwinnett County Board of Education. When we met, his attitude and presence that echoed one of his own inspiration: former President Barack Obama. After studying at Harvard and Stanford University, he came back to his hometown with a mission.