Another pay raise for Georgia teachers may or may not alleviate teacher shortages across the state.
Naomi Harris, Open Campus
The message seems simple: Anyone can get most, or even all, of their tuition paid through the state’s signature college scholarship program. Students just have to get the right grades and standardized test scores. Over three years one nonprofit group helped nearly 200 students apply. Many were the first in their families to attend college; most were Black. But they struggled with the standardized tests. So in the end, how many qualified for a Bright Futures scholarship — the ticket Florida created to educational opportunity? Not a single one.
A new educational program for elementary students, which has been tested since 2019, will allow children to learn about where our food comes from.
Georgia’s Sine Die: A transgender bill gets approved at the last minute and Gov. Kemp keeps his promise of a tax refundFTG Podcast Team
In the final episode of Gold Dome Debrief's second season, we wrap up the past 40 days with an overview of the legislative session and a recap on bills to look out for.
Some Georgia public high school students have limited access to college entrance exams like the SAT or the ACT. But taking these exams can increase their chances of being accepted into universities.
Gov. Kemp signs Unmask GA Students Act, Constitutional Carry passes House and Senate, voting bill controversy and moreFTG Podcast Team
Our tenth episode covers the major bipartisan changes to a bill on voting fraud and the circumstances that expecting parents face when it comes to out-of-pocket expenses throughout a pregnancy.
The Georgia state budget is a cause for concern for some legislators who believe the spending is too high.
The Georgia Senate approves state budget proposal, Kemp signs a tax refund surplus, legislation to loosen restrictions on teenage drivers and moreFTG Podcast Team
In this episode, we take a look at state budget initiatives, new programs for elementary students, and new housing for college students.
On this episode, the Fresh Take Georgia team discusses Crossover Day and gives an overview of which bills did or did not make the cut.
Luke Manget, an assistant professor of history at Dalton State College, conducted 10 years of research on the little-known history of the Appalachian ginseng trade and the intricacies of the shared economy.