Georgia colleges need more state support, studies say

Two organizations have issued new reports reaching the same conclusion: The state of Georgia is not doing enough financially to help students graduate from its colleges. The Washington, D.C.-based Center on Budget and Policy Priorities released a report Wednesday that shows Georgia had the fourth-highest tuition increase of any state since 2008, nearly 75 percent. Read the full article on The Atlanta Journal-Constitution.

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