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Private School Scholarships Save Money for Georgia Taxpayers

New research from EdChoice finds that Georgia’s scholarships for K-12 private school students have saved the state between $12 million and $85 milli


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What do the Presidential Candidates’ Education Ideas Mean for Your Child?

In the dust-up of this election year, education settled near the bottom of the heap of news headlines. Before the final presidential debate, a Politic


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Be Careful What You Ask For

In 1952, Patrick Skene Catling wrote The Chocolate Touch, a retelling of the King Midas fable that reminds us we can have too much of a good thing. In


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When Giving a Helping Hand Hurts – Part 2

Computational model exposes severe problems with the welfare system Previously, it was shown how a single mom with two kids in Gwinnett County could l


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When Giving a Helping Hand Hurts – Part 1

Computational model exposes severe problems with the welfare system Pop quiz: When does $9 + $1 equal –$6,000? This may look like new math, but it i


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Education Savings Accounts and State and Federal Agendas

A certain desert city’s tourism department hopes you can finish the phrase, “What happens in Vegas…,” a slogan that turns lucky 13 this fall.


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