Stop politicizing education 

$547 million is nice and all, Gov. Deal, but Georgia schools deserve real action not just election-year ploys

QUIT PLAYING GAMES WITH MY EDUCATION: Gov. Deal’s proposed $547 million increase for the education budget doesn’t come anywhere close to being able to help Georgia’s broken system.

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QUIT PLAYING GAMES WITH MY EDUCATION: Gov. Deal’s proposed $547 million increase for the education budget doesn’t come anywhere close to being able to help Georgia’s broken system.

Gov. Nathan Deal took credit for a lot of things during his annual "State of the State" address last week. He credited himself for creating an estimated 217,000 new jobs, lowering unemployment rates, and reforming the state's criminal justice system. Throughout his…

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