The Economic and Fiscal Costs of Failing to Reform K–12 Education in Georgia
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  • Dec 15 2009

The Economic and Fiscal Costs of Failing to Reform K–12 Education in Georgia

By Brian Gottlob

All too many Georgia high school students fail to graduate, which leads to devastating economic and social consequences. These are the costs of failing to reform K–12 education in Georgia, which this report breaks down.

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