The Georgia Policy Labs use data and science to find evidence-based solutions that efficiently and effectively address the needs of children and families. We work with government partners and school districts to identify successful programs and policies, create and test innovative policy solutions, and help scale up innovations with the greatest potential to improve lives. To learn more about GPL and its college, the Andrew Young School of Policy Studies, visit https://gpl.gsu.edu and https://aysps.gsu.edu.

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Submissions from 2020

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A Multi-State Analysis of Trends in Career and Technical Education: Massachusetts, Michigan, and Tennessee, Celest Carruthers, Daniel Kreisman, Shaun Dougherty, and Alfredo Martin

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Post-Secondary Financial Aid Foundational Report: 2013-14 to 2018-19, Todd R. Jones

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Potential Remediation Strategies in the Wake of COVID-19 School Closures: A Review of the Literature, Weixiang Pan and Tim Sass

Submissions from 2019

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College and Work after High School for Tennessee Career and Technical Education Students, Celeste K. Carruthers and Jonathan Attridge

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Can Growth in the Availability of STEM Technical Education Improve Equality in Participation?: Evidence from Massachusetts, Shaun M. Dougherty and Isabel Harbaugh Macdonald

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Serving Children in Georgia, Alex Hathaway and Aaron Childree