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DeKalb student newspaper exposes data leak in district's online network

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...Keegan Brooks, a senior at Chamblee High School who recently reported on the issue for The Blue and Gold, said he discovered the data was available while using Microsoft 365, the district's network for email and file sharing.... ..."Files exposed range from the mundane to the absurd, including everything from a certificate for an elementary school's ugly sweater contest to the safe combinations for district buildings to spreadsheets of student social security numbers," the newspaper reported....

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UGA's answer to dorm overcrowding? Cash to students who forgo rooms

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Savannah port has record April as some ships switch from West Coast - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...That disruption has meant fewer ships arriving, but the possibility of labor trouble on the West Coast has meant some vessels being re-routed to Georgia, said Griff Lynch, the authority's executive director.... ..."We don't know exactly how much diversion there will be from the West Coast to the East Coast, but we think the China decline is being offset a bit," Lynch said....

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Inside the Georgia "mega" campus that will soon host a massive Hyundai plant - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Then venture down dusty Tar City Road in Ellabell and you"ll get a glimpse of one of the state's most important strategic investments.... ...His economic development team shuttled back and forth to Volvo's home country of Sweden and Deal flew to New York to make a final pitch that centered on the Bryan County megasite....

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Hartsfield-Jackson expects 2 million passengers in Memorial Day period

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...Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport is preparing for crowds over Memorial Day weekend rivaling pre-pandemic levels, with roughly 2 million passengers expected to pass through its concourses during the holiday period from May 26 to June 1.... ...The Centers for Disease Control & Prevention still recommends passengers wear face masks in indoor areas and aboard planes while traveling....

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Gwinnett District 4: Five candidates compete for school board seat - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Five people are running for the seat: Kelly Kautz, juvenile court attorney and former Snellville mayor; Tony Sellers, a former Berkmar High School teacher; Adrienne Simmons, Georgia Department of Education assessment specialist; Matt Sones, policy analyst; and attorney Alexis Williams.... ...Since day one, my campaign has been about improving academic achievement at Gwinnett County Public Schools. I often cite the recent U.S. News and World Report that shows that only about 44% of GCPS High School students are proficient in math while 60% are proficient in reading....

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Gwinnett school board candidates differ on equity, parents' rights law

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...In responses to questionnaires provided by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution, they also revealed contrasting viewpoints on legislative bills Gov. Brian Kemp recently signed into law, including limiting discussions on race and racism in classroom as well as a parents" bill of rights.... ...District 4 will get a new representative from a field of five candidates -- Kelly Kautz, Tony Sellers, Adrienne Simmons, Matt Sones and Alexis Williams. They're looking to replace Everton Blair, who's not seeking reelection....

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Higher mortgage rates still not curbing steeply rising home prices - The Atlanta Journal Constitution

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...Several months of increased mortgage rates may be pushing some people out of the housing market, but the balance between buyers and sellers hasn't changed enough yet to cool the rapid rise in prices in metro Atlanta, according to several reports.... ...Alyssa Pointer, [email protected] But also because homebuilding since the Great Recession has fallen far short of the expanding population's need, said Richard McPhail, chief financial officer of Home Depot, whose $150 billion-a-year business depends on home improvement....

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Georgia parents returning to school now eligible for child care subsidy

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...In a guest column, Amy M. Jacobs, commissioner of the Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning, describes a new initiative that will pay child care costs so low-income parents can return to school.... ..."Across the 22 colleges of TCSG, affordable child care is a challenge for many of our student parents who are striving to improve their lives through education," said Technical College System Commissioner Greg Dozier....



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