Too Much Truth Recap: Is Gov. Nathan Deal’s Needs Based Scholarship Fair?
According to AJC.com, Some of Georgia’s low-income students will receive up to $10,000 for college through a privately funded scholarship program Gov. Nathan Deal unveiled Monday. The REACH Scholarship program will target middle school students who have the academic skills for college but may struggle to afford it, Deal said. These students will be paired with mentors and others who can groom them for college. Then, if the students maintain good grades and behave, they will receive annual tuition scholarships of $2,500 for up to four years.
We had a lively discussi0n today about some of the counties that he will target to receive this scholarship. Can you guess which one’s WEREN’T included? Click the audio link to hear the conversation…