By 2020 an estimated 61 percent of all jobs in the state will require a career certificate or college degree; however, only 34 percent of adults in Georgia have an associate degree or higher. This creates a sizable skills gap
Day: December 8, 2011
GBPI releases new report, Making a Case for Need-based Financial Aid in Georgia. Download Press Release
GBPI Director Alan Essig and Policy Analyst Wesley Tharpe are quoted in the Saporta Report on the challenges facing Georgia’s economic development. Read the article.
Paying for college has often been a deal-breaker for many individuals desiring to pursue a post-secondary education. Georgia has long looked to its prized HOPE program as a resource for helping Georgia students finance a college education. While HOPE has