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Never Underestimate the Power of a Field Trip

A student field trip to the museum yields much more than an appreciation for the arts.

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Checking Up On Health: October 28, 2014

Wait. You thought that was a cancellation of your health care policy? Wrong, according to the Obama administration!

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Friday Facts: October 24, 2014

Over the next 18 years, roughly 8,000 people a day will join the ranks of the over-65 population, changing the definition of “old” and transforming transportation.

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Making Sense of Georgia’s Labor Market

Like the blind men and the elephant, the competing charges on Georgia’s jobless are because of different data.

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When ‘Poverty’ Founders, Float ‘Income Inequality’

‘Poverty’ gets harder to define in a changing world.

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Friday Facts: October 17, 2014

Savings vs. costs under the Affordable Care Act.

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It’s Just Wrong

Florida’s Tuition Tax Credit Scholarship program is under attack. Similar to Georgia’s scholarship program, the Florida program awards scholarships to students to attend private schools. Also, just as in Georgia, opponents have filed a lawsuit trying to block this educational opportunity for thousands of students.

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Friday Facts: October 10, 2013

What if you could eliminate 90 percent of road vehicles?

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Transit Tall Tales and Coping With Too Much Money

If it weren’t for a surfeit of federal funds, cities wouldn’t plan ridiculously expensive rail lines that, in most cases, do nothing for transit riders or transportation users in general.

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Four Drivers of Tomorrow’s Education Reforms

In “Time for a Reboot,” Checker Finn highlights four drivers of tomorrow’s education reforms.

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