Op-ed by GBPI’s Claire Suggs — Georgia leaders want to add 250,000 college graduates by 2025 as part of its official Complete College Georgia program. It’s hard to see how that happens in just eight years without a course correction. State leaders set that goal after concluding that 60 percent of jobs in Georgia will require some kind of postsecondary education by 2020. It’s hard not to feel like we’re already running more than a little behind. Read the full article on The Newnan Times-Herald.
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About the authors: Rox Moffett is a Policy and Press Strategist with the Georgia Youth