This unique program of awarding grants to local chambers of commerce is designed to increase post secondary participation and completion. We are working to recruit more high school graduates, especially low-income, to enroll in college and acquire the credentials needed for good jobs and a competitive economy.
The Partnership's Economics of Education briefing provides specific dollar and cents evidence that education is vitally important to a community's prosperity.
The Partnership is committed to building the capacity of community leaders across Georgia through a number of program offerings.
The Education Policy Fellowship Program (EPFP) is a national professional development program sponsored by the Institute that provides potential leaders with the knowledge and networks to advance the core issues of education policy.
The Rural Learning Networks (RLN) were founded to disseminate and amplify best practices in addressing issues concerning educational attainment and economic development, especially in Georgia’s hardest to reach communities.
The Georgia Partnership hosts Critical Issues Forums three times a year that are open to the public and offer interesting discussion on topical education subjects.
The Partnership annually convenes education reporters from across Georgia to learn about the top education issues facing the state