Lifting Georgia’s Criminally Accused Out of Poverty

For more than 30 years, Georgia Justice Project has been one of the state’s most influential voices on behalf of people accused of a crime and their families. In recent years, the organization has expanded its capabilities by partnering with the Annie E. Casey Foundation’s Children and Family Fellowship program. 

December 12, 2020

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Building Equity by Supporting the Whole Student

Findings from Case Studies of Two Colleges in the Working Students Success Network

This report focuses on two community colleges and their efforts to build and support equity for students from historically underserved groups. Both institutions were part of the Working Students Success Network, a broader effort — spanning 19 colleges in four states — aimed at providing pathways and integrated services to help low-income working students succeed.

November 30, 2020

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