May 12, 2022 • Blog

How to Reduce Student Borrowing

The best way to reduce student borrowing may be to stop telling students they won’t have to pay back their loans.


April 1, 2022 • Commentary

The Myth of Underfunding

Opponents of Promise Scholarships and similar programs perpetuate the myth that they are a tool to defund public school education.

February 23, 2022 • Blog

The Education Change Georgia Needs

School choice opponents make lots of demonstrably false claims. Some of the flimsiest concern the accessibility of private schools. To hear opponents tell it, private schools are too expensive, too […]

February 16, 2022 • Blog

Education Legislation vs. Status Quo

With two bills in the legislature, the most important question is how much better off students would be under either proposal than under the status quo.







January 14, 2022 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: January 14, 2022

It’s Friday!  Quotes of note “Just because you do not take an interest in politics, does not mean politics won’t take an interest in you.” –  Pericles “The Bill of […]


January 7, 2022 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: January 07, 2022

Yesterday, friends and family of the great Johnny Isakson gathered to memorialize the late Republican senator. Read Georgia Policy’s fond memories of our friend

December 31, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: December 31, 2021

In celebration of the Foundation's 30th anniversary in 2021, the Friday Facts included "a trip down Memory Lane," with photographs, news clips and articles thro


December 10, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: December 10, 2021

Kyle Wingfield is recuperating from surgery and will be back in the office in the new year.

December 3, 2021

Friday Facts: December 03, 2021

In the early days of the Georgia Public Policy Foundation, even public charter school choice was needlessly limited in Georgia, as this 1996 article demonstrate

November 12, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: November 12, 2021

In 2010, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation held its first legislative policy forum.

November 5, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: November 05, 2021

Noel Khalil, founder and CEO of Columbia Residential and Columbia Ventures, died October 25 after a long illness.


October 29, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 29, 2021

The Georgia Public Policy Foundation modeled its annual Georgia Legislative Policy Forum on the policy briefings of our sister think tank, the Texas Public Poli

October 8, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 8, 2021

A public service that made its debut in 1996 thanks to the Georgia Public Policy Foundation was the innovative Report Card on Georgia’s public schools, highligh

October 1, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: October 1, 2021

In 2006, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation published a transportation study: “Reducing Congestion in Atlanta: A Bold New Approach to Increasing Mobility.”



September 24, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: September 24, 2021

Thirty years of Policy Over Politics: The Georgia Public Policy Foundation celebrated its 30th anniversary on September 16 at the Georgia Aquarium with nearly 2

September 10, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: September 10, 2021

A sign painted on the hillside campus of Rabun Gap-Nacoochee School along U.S. 23 in Rabun County is one of many across Georgia and around the nation to commem

September 3, 2021 • Friday Facts

Friday Facts: September 03, 2021

In less than two weeks, the Georgia Public Policy Foundation celebrates its 30th anniversary with a September 16 event at the Georgia Aquarium.