State officials recently pitched a plan to plug a potential $25 million budget gap in Georgia’s popular, but increasingly expensive, dual enrollment program by not paying for books and fees for the upcoming school year. GBPI’s Jennifer Lee offered her thoughts on the current state of dual enrollment in Georgia. Read the full story at the Atlanta Journal-Constitution.
Ga. board proposes plan to plug $25 million dual enrollment shortfall
Support GBPI Today
The Georgia Budget & Policy Institute is a 501(c)3 organization. We depend on the support of donors like you. Your contribution makes the work that we do possible.
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
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