During the 2018 legislative session, the Georgia Legislature passed House Bill 787 with a provision authorizing the Georgia Student Finance Commission to create the state’s first broad need-based aid program for university system students. Critical next steps include deciding the
Bill Analysis: Senate Bill 405 (LC 21 5954 S, AM 21 3929) Georgia needs more people with higher education to meet workforce needs. Georgia can better leverage its talent and its strong colleges and universities by knocking down financial barriers
Georgia’s highest court will hear arguments next week about a legal debate that some students say is keeping them from the in-state college tuition rates they deserve. Read more.
U.S. Sen. David Perdue had harsh words for President Obama after Obama’s visit to Georgia Tech earlier this month. The president had come to highlight the importance of education and his administration’s efforts to make college more affordable, but Perdue