41NBC’s What’s Right with Our Schools airs every Monday, during 41NBC News at 6. 41NBC Anchor/Reporter Karlisha Booze goes across Middle Georgia looking for stories that show how our schools are working to make a difference.  It’s an opportunity for you to make an appointment with us to see positive stories about local school systems. If you have a story idea for Karlisha, here’s how you can reach them.

2 weeks ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Byron Elementary adopts JROTC program

Byron Elementary is the only elementary school in Georgia to have a JROTC program.
4 weeks ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Kings Chapel Elementary uses strategy groups to enhance students’ learning

Kings Chapel Elementary teachers are using best instructional practices to keep students on grade level.
1 month ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: #famtest turns students into teachers

Westside High School teachers use non-traditional teaching practice to enhance students' learning.
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Dublin middle school teacher creates ‘Math Speed Dates’

Dublin middle school teacher is being recognized for her incredible work inside of the classroom.
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Local barbers offer free haircuts, listen to students read books

MACON, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Boys at Matilda Hartley Elementary got a visit from local barbers. The barbers’ mission—to make the students feel and look good while learning. In the words of Bibb County Schools superintendent, if you look good, you feel good. As they get their hair cuts, they’re reading to barbers. Superintendent Dr. Curtis […]
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: ‘Youth Junior Council’ helps students understand how government works

DUBLIN, Georgia (41NBC/WMGT) – Dublin High School students are making a difference in their community by learning politics. Students are sharing ideas that could change the community. ‘Junior youth council’ is a student body council that’s similar to city council. it teaches students how the city government works. “I’ve gained confidence, I’m a better speaker […]
2 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Hutchings College and Career Academy gives students work experience before graduation

Hutchings College and Career Academy is giving high students a chance to gain work experience and college credit before graduation.
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Volunteer fire fighters teach students lessons for part of a day

Volunteer fire fighters from Crawford and Peach County teach students about fire prevention.
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Teachers use ‘Data Teams’ to monitor students’ work in progress

Second grade teachers are working together as a team to monitor students' work throughout the school year.
3 months ago
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What’s Right With Our Schools: Community Read program increases students’ literacy and brings community together

Laurens County residents are lending a helping hand in the classroom. Their goal--improve literacy.