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We are proud of the latest program added to our lineup.  Gov. Nathan Deal announced at a March 3, 2014 press conference at the state Capitol that Georgia is the first state in the South to launch the Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowship program designed to recruit STEM teachers.  The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education has a coordination role.  Here's the announcement press release.  Here's more about the Woodrow Wilson Foundation.

College Access Grant Georgia - Partnering with other organizations, this program aims at enrolling more high school grads in college, especially low-income students.

Critical Issues Forums - Presenting Topical Issues for Debate and Discussion Several Times a Year - Next Forum is April 2016.  Specific date and details to be announced.

Economics of Education - Twelve Years and 250+ Briefings Later, Audiences Still Want More

Education Policy Fellowship Program - Building Education Policy Capacity in Georgia for Seven Years

Media Symposium - Annual School House for Georgia's Education Reporters and Editors for Nine Years

REACHES - Research Engagement and Communities for Hispanic/Latino Educated Students— Improving Student Achievement, Increasing Grad Percentages.  The three-year grant period has concluded. 

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