Atlanta students voice English-language learning game
by Erika Wells
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July 24, 2015 10:32 PM | 0 0 comments | 10 10 recommendations | email to a friend
A group of students from metro Atlanta brought the English language to life for children overseas for an America version of Picaro, an online English-learning program used in schools in Asia. This summer, students ages 5 to 12 spent weeks recording voices for animated characters for the London-based Kaplan International game at Doppler Studios in Buckhead — an experience one of the voice actors said was difficult but rewarding. “I liked seeing the game at the end,” said Everett Delo...
Georgia Commute Options issues Code Orange smog alert
Georgia Commute Options, a program of the Georgia Department of Transportation, Monday announced it has issued a Code Orange smog alert for Tuesday. A Code Orange alert means the air is unhealthy f...
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Kroger to donate $60,000 in classroom supplies to teachers
Kroger’s Atlanta division is showing support for metro Atlanta educators by giving away classroom supplies valued at more than $60,000 July 28 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Teachers are invited to come an...
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Confederate Flag
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Should the Confederate flag be displayed on government property?