Mind the Gap!

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Working to ensure that Georgia’s children are ready to start school, succeed when they get there, and graduate prepared to enter our workforce is fundamental to our mission as a statewide network.

With Georgia’s shifting demographics, however, it is essential that all children have the chance to succeed.

The state’s achievement gaps between children of color and white children, between low-income children and children in higher-income families, and between English language learners and English speakers are all narrowing, showing improvement across almost all sectors.

Find out what Georgia is doing to keep us moving in the right direction. Please read and share our latest Georgia KIDS COUNT Issue Brief on Education Trends.

If you plan to present the data on the shifting demographics and achievement gaps and would like me to send you a short slide deck, or if you would like more hard copies of the brief, send an email request to me at Rebecca@gafcp.org.