Special Report: Education Nation

41NBC is taking an in depth look at a several of the issues facing our local schools.  It’s part of a nationwide effort to spotlight what’s working and what’s not when it come to education in America.  41NBC reporters Shelby Coates and Rachel Schaerr went inside Middle Georgia Schools to share these stories.  We invite you to leave comments below, and call our story tip hotline at 1-866-901-NEWS.

EDUCATION NATION: 41NBC takes a look at how Bibb County’s Westside High School is embracing technology. 41NBC’s Rachel Schaerr reports on why educators are embracing the change.



EDUCATION NATION: 41NBC’s Shelby Coates sits down with Peach County Superintendent Susan Clark about how changing to a 4 day work week is impacting the school district’s budget and why there’s no way the district can afford to go back to a five day work week.




EDUCATION NATION: Bibb County Schools turn to the Ombudsman program to engage struggling students to help them succeed. 41 NBC’s Shelby Coates has more.


EDUCATION NATION: 41 NBC’s Shelby Coates talks to Bibb County high school students about why they’re opting for the career track, instead of the college track.  Many of them told 41NBC they fear unemployment, and they beleive job training in high school gives them a head start.

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