December 1, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: December 1, 2023

When deciding what people value when deciding where to live, work and raise a family, people and businesses tend to favor states with low taxes.

November 30, 2023

Report on Georgia’s College and Career Academies

Executive Summary College and career academies offer unique development opportunities to Georgia’s high school students and stand to benefit local economies through the fulfillment of workforce needs. The program is […]



November 22, 2023 • Blog

Thankful to be a Georgian

Georgia’s history represents all that is tragic and triumphant in America’s story, with ample opportunity to learn from both.

November 17, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: November 17, 2023

Education leaders have descended upon Atlanta for ExcelInEd’s National Summit on Education.

November 16, 2023 • Commentary

6 Reasons to Empower Georgia Parents

Education freedom is about empowering parents and students to choose an education that best fits their needs.

November 15, 2023 • Blog

There is wisdom in the past

Americans are accustomed by now to hearing, and maybe even believing, that the stakes are higher than ever. But is it true this time?


November 9, 2023 • Commentary

4 Issues Facing the Buckhead Community in Atlanta

While not taking sides in the debate, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation has released a report which offers a fact-based assessment of the key issues.




November 8, 2023 • Blog

Jim Wooten: A beacon of light

Jim’s columns and editorials for The Atlanta Journal-Constitution were path lights for a conservative movement in Georgia.





October 27, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 27, 2023

Just in time for Halloween, we outline 11 spooky policy ideas - from banning gas-powered vehicles to blocking charter schools - we should all run from.

October 26, 2023 • Blog

11 spooky policy ideas to avoid

Here are 11 spooky policy ideas we should all run from like a man in a mask is chasing us.

October 25, 2023 • Commentary

Washington runs historically abnormal deficits

2023 was the third straight fiscal year that Washington has run historically abnormal deficits while Georgia ran historically abnormal surpluses.

October 20, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 20, 2023

To explore solutions to housing affordability, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation hosted the first Georgia Housing Summit.



October 13, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 13, 2023

Georgia Public Policy Foundation hosted the 2023 Georgia Housing Summit on Thursday.



October 6, 2023 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 6, 2023

This year alone, at least 19 states have significantly expanded school choice policies.