Recap | Insights 2022: Treating Care Workers as Essential, Not Invisible
Recap | Insights 2022: Treating Care Workers as Essential, Not Invisible
Overview of Georgia’s 2023 Fiscal Year Budget
Overview of Georgia’s 2023 Fiscal Year Budget
State of Education Funding (2022)
State of Education Funding (2022)
Over-Represented Among the Vulnerable, Under-Protected In the Pandemic: Georgia Immigrants Deserve Better
Over-Represented Among the Vulnerable, Under-Protected In the Pandemic: Georgia Immigrants Deserve Better
Unjust Revenue from an Imbalanced Criminal Legal System: How Georgia’s Fines and Fees Worsen Racial Inequity
Unjust Revenue from an Imbalanced Criminal Legal System: How Georgia’s Fines and Fees Worsen Racial Inequity
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Overview of Georgia’s 2023 Fiscal Year Budget

    Powered by unprecedented federal support to mitigate the economic fallout of the COVID-19 pandemic, Gov. Kemp’s …

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State of Education Funding (2022)

This report offers an assessment of the state of education funding in Georgia by analyzing how it compares …

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Over-Represented Among the Vulnerable, Under-Protected In the Pandemic: Georgia Immigrants Deserve Better

As the pandemic continues, one glaring outcome has been increased disparities between certain groups. During the beginning of …

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Unjust Revenue from an Imbalanced Criminal Legal System: How Georgia’s Fines and Fees Worsen Racial Inequity

Key Takeaways: Georgia’s poor governance of fines and fees revenue practices has allowed many economically underperforming localities to …

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