Gayle Smallwood

Gayle Smallwood

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Investing in the Future

Businesses need talented, skilled individuals, and graduates – high school or otherwise – need jobs. But how ready are they for the workforce? Recognizing the need for better prepared workers, Troup County’s Strategic Planning Group explored what other communities were… Continue reading »

Learning Comes Alive with Aquaponics

How do you get a bunch of 5th-graders excited about science and math? With an aquarium of course! Fifth-grade teacher Libby Mitchell and her colleagues at Ford Elementary School in Acworth, GA brought science to life during the 2014-2015 school… Continue reading »