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Georgia is poised to lead the nation in providing resources to enable personalized learning for every child.
By Mike Klein The final breath has been drawn by this year’s Georgia General Assembly. Here is what lawmakers did on seven issues that are closely tracked by the Georgia Public Policy Foundation. This article discusses state charter schools, digital learning, criminal justice and juvenile code reform, pension and tax reform and health care reform. All of these will require more work going forward and in some cases, much more work starting soon. State Charter Schools This November voters will decide who got it right: Lawmakers four years ago when … Continue Reading →