The Georgia Public Policy Foundation is dedicated to championing the idea of policy over politics and bridging the information gap across the state. Our investigative journalism is shining a light on Georgia’s challenges and highlighting where the state can improve transparency, access to data and government restraint.
Education: Data Transparency and Information
- Where Have All The Children Gone?
36,000 fewer students attended Georgia public schools this year. It’s unclear where they are instead.
- Where Have All The Children Gone? Part II
The pivot to remote schooling complicates decades of battling absenteeism.
- Education Information: Useful Data or Data Overload?
Mountains of available education information can obscure useful facts that parents rely on.
Healthcare: A Web of Regulation
- CON Game: Certificate of Need Laws Hurt Georgia Healthcare Costs, Choice
Certificate of Need laws force Georgians to travel farther, spend more money and receive a lower quality of care than patients who do not live in CON states.
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