As of today, 27% of Georgians have still not responded and only 38 of Georgia’s counties are meeting their 2010 rate, which places Georgia 49th in the nation in total response. More than ever, we can see in the wake of this pandemic why the census matters.
When members of a community vote in elections, they increase civic health. More voting and more information about voting equals healthier, more supportive communities. And that means a better life for you and your family.
Too many of Georgia’s students arrive at school each day dreading six words: “Can you read the next paragraph?” Clayton County Public Schools assistant superintendent Ebony Lee talks about increasing all students’ access to the conditions that help to cultivate college- and work-ready graduates.