July 5, 2023 • Commentary

What are we waiting for?

There is a dire need for actual solutions that benefit as many students as possible, and research has already identified one of those solutions.

June 28, 2023 • Commentary

Students lost decades of academic progress

For 3 years now, we’ve known the school closures ordered amid the pandemic were detrimental to students. New data confirms how bad it was.

May 25, 2023 • Blog

North Carolina’s absurd state of emergency

According to the governor of North Carolina, entrusting parents with choices in their children's education is as dangerous as a hurricane or tornado.

May 24, 2023 • Commentary

Education is going to change

We need to stop thinking in terms of “schools” and instead think in terms of an education.

March 6, 2023 • Commentary

The focus should be on what children need

Despite what Senate Bill 233 opponents claim, the money for an education scholarship account program is not taken away from public schools.

November 14, 2022 • Commentary

Pandemic Learning Loss: What’s the Plan?

Public school students experienced a large degree of learning loss during the COVID-19 pandemic. How will we combat learning loss here in Georgia?

September 6, 2022 • Commentary

Learn How Much Your Georgia Degrees Pay

On Georgia Degrees Pay, students and their parents can find information about each major offered at each public university in Georgia.