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Its Learning Forsyth County

Forsyth County is working with schools and teachers throughout the district to implement the practice of allowing students to bring their own technology to use in the classroom. Bring Your Own Technology (BYOT) encourages students to bring their own technology devices to school to assist their learning experiences.

Inside the 4th grader's brain

Article: Inside a fourth-grader's brain. Insights about neuroscience/development. Also includes links to other grade levels!

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"Forsyth County Coroner Lauren McDonald said there were no signs of a struggle at the home. According to McDonald, there are “a lot of suicides and suicide attempts in the county,” but murder-suicides are rare."

Forsyth County Schools will roll out a new personalized learning program aimed at “banning the average” scheduled to begin next year.

Forsyth County Schools is on Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn. Check out their pages for examples of what they post and how they inform their public.

7 Habits of Highly Effective Home Buyers

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Learn more about the Vocational Education Partnership with Habitat for Humanity Forsyth County, WSFCS and FTCC Vocational Education Programs

Check out the latest news on Forsyth County School Article: LEARN ABOUT THE ONLINE LEARNING FOR SCHOOL CLOSURES PLAN http://www.forsyth.k12.ga.us/site/default.aspx?PageType=3&DomainID=1&ModuleInstanceID=8626&ViewID=047E6BE3-6D87-4130-8424-D8E4E9ED6C2A&RenderLoc=0&FlexDataID=68233&PageID=1

"Banished" the book--In the early 1900s, there were more than 1,000 African Americans in Forsyth County, Georgia, comprising 10 percent of the population. But in 1912, whites violently expelled all black residents from the county. Today, Forsyth County is home to about 150,000 people, more than 95 percent of them white. Within a matter of months, it had dropped to 30. It's the largest racial cleansing in America that I know of." —Cox Newspapers reporter Elliot Jaspin