Georgia’s Education Cuts a Growing Burden for Low-Income Students
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Postsecondary education and training are key to long-term financial security, as more Georgia employers want to hire workers with college credentials. While higher education is growing more essential for jobs of the future, the price students and families pay is rising. That makes a college investment more burdensome and riskier than in the past. In this context, this report points put recommendations to guide state lawmakers to strengthen Georgia’s colleges and universities and offer students and families a more affordable path to a degree.