Charter High School Graduates Achieve Higher Earnings as Adults, New Study Shows

ATLANTA—Charter school graduates earn more than students who attend conventional public schools, according to the first large-scale study of the effects of charter schools on earnings in adulthood.

The study also reinforces the researchers’ previous findings that students who attend charter high schools are more likely to enroll and persist in college.

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Savannah, Columbus Most Vulnerable to Federal Spending Cuts, Report Shows

Federal spending cuts will have a greater impact on the few Georgia counties with a greater military presence than they will statewide, according to a new Georgia State University report.

“Some federal funds have already stopped flowing into Georgia due to the federal government shutdown,” said Peter Bluestone, a senior research associate in the… more »