Is HOPE Scholarship lifting middle-class students while leaving poor kids behind?

Georgia has thousands of low-income students who cannot afford college because they don’t qualify for the HOPE Scholarship or its more lucrative offspring, the Zell Miller Scholarship. HOPE pays for 70 to 85 percent of tuition depending on which public campus students attend, while Zell Miller covers full tuition.s. Read the full article on ajc.com.

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