Poverty rates climbing in Georgia schools
The changes have been subtle, but the cumulative effect of rising poverty has been unmistakalbe to…
Georgia (Nov 24, 2014) — The changes have been subtle, but the cumulative effect of rising poverty has been unmistakalbe to Sabrina Oakley, a parent who sent two children to public schools in Gwinnet County….
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But some question whether spending more is the way to address the growing poverty.
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