Mike KleinEditor, Georgia Public Policy Foundation
By Mike Klein
As this year’s school days were ending one of Provost Academy Georgia’s online students wrote a note saying, “I have never been this happy in all my years of growing up. I need more positive adults like you in my life.” The student who wrote that note lives on her own and plans to attend college. “We are really, truly, saving lives,” says Provost Superintendent Monica Henson.
Provost Academy Georgia
is also growing up.
This summer Provost is expected to change its relationship with Edison Learning
, the national organization that incubated Provost for two years. The Magic Johnson Bridgescape Learning Centers name will disappear in favor of new branding. Provost…