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    Metro Atlanta’s New Home Market in the New Year

    Here, we ask Lori Lane, Senior Vice President of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Georgia Properties New Homes Division, to share her insights on what to expect as you navigate your way through the local new home market in 2022. read more

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    STEM Programs in Metro Atlanta private schools

    When you think about it, STEM is at the root of everyone’s daily lives,” shares Emily Adams, Science Department Chair and Innovative Teaching Chair at The Walker School in Marietta. In fact, teaching K-12 Metro Atlanta Georgia students to think logically, evaluate data, weigh the value of evidence, draw conclusions and communicate their insights to others are skills that will benefit them as they enter adulthood and contribute to the well-being of their families and communities. read more

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    Georgia Economic Development 2022 update

    In 2021, Georgia achieved a banner year for economic development despite a global pandemic. Georgia’s foundation of strong assets—including the state’s highly skilled and educated workforce, existing logistics infrastructure and strong partnerships with other agencies, companies and communities—continue to diversify the state’s population and economy, producing record results. Georgia now enters 2022 with the same foundation of assets and a great deal of promise for generating new jobs and investment in metro Atlanta and every corner of the state. read more

Atlanta News

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    Georgia Residents Enjoy Pickleball Power Year-Round

    Dubbed America’s new favorite sport with its origin dating back to the 1960s, pickleball continues to rise in popularity amongst players of all ages. read more

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    Festive Day Trips in the Metro Area

    The holiday season brings many exciting things to your front door, including visiting family and friends! Once they’re here, how do you keep them entertained? We can help with that! Whether your company is here for an extended stay or a quick visit, the metro area is brimming with fun, festive activities for visiting guests and permanent residents to enjoy. read more

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    Moving To: Hapeville

    Less than 20 minutes from downtown Atlanta, residents of Hapeville enjoy every luxury that comes with living in a thriving urban and travel center. read more

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Atlanta Education

Metro Atlanta Universities' STEM Programs

Metro Atlanta Universities' STEM Programs

As science, technology, engineering and math fields advance at mind-numbing speeds, educators know K-12 STEM instruction is critical in that tomorrow’s leaders must master these topics. While all of Georgia’s colleges and universities recognize the importance of STEM education at the collegiate level, many of them are working to promote STEM at the K-12 level as well, upgrading programs, initiatives and offerings to K-12 students and teachers. read more

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    STEM Programs in Metro Atlanta private schools

    When you think about it, STEM is at the root of everyone’s daily lives,” shares Emily Adams, Science Department Chair and Innovative Teaching Chair at The Walker School in Marietta. In fact, teaching K-12 Metro Atlanta Georgia students to think logically, evaluate data, weigh the value of evidence, draw conclusions and communicate their insights to others are skills that will benefit them as they enter adulthood and contribute to the well-being of their families and communities. read more

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    Special Needs Schools in Atlanta is where students thrive

    You might feel your child requires more support than a conventional school can provide or that, despite the best efforts of all parties involved, their academic progress is stalling. No matter your reason for seeking one, there are numerous special needs schools to choose from in metro Atlanta. Here’s how your child can benefit from one, as well as some advice to help you with the selection process. read more

Atlanta Business

Georgia Economic Development 2022 update

Georgia Economic Development 2022 update

In 2021, Georgia achieved a banner year for economic development despite a global pandemic. Georgia’s foundation of strong assets—including the state’s highly skilled and educated workforce, existing logistics infrastructure and strong partnerships with other agencies, companies and communities—continue to diversify the state’s population and economy, producing record results. Georgia now enters 2022 with the same foundation of assets and a great deal of promise for generating new jobs and investment in metro Atlanta and every corner of the state. read more

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    Georgia’s Diverse Talent Pool is a Top Business Asset

    The Georgia Department of Economic Development is proud to be the lead agency for attracting new business to the Atlanta regional area. They encourage the expansion & relocation of industries, align workforce education and training with in-demand jobs and locate new markets for Georgia products. read more

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    Big Business in Atlanta

    Atlanta is home to 16 Fortune 500 companies and 14 Fortune 1000 businesses. The attraction to the city makes sense, as Atlanta offers access to a booming economy, a low corporate tax structure, a highly educated and skilled workforce and one of the world’s busiest airports. read more