Archive of: Neely Young

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LINKing with Miami

LINKing with Miami

The ARC's eighth annual LINK trip gave leaders a chance to visit Miami and South Florida, which saw the same growth in the ethnic population in the 1990s that Atlanta and other parts of Georgia are now experiencing.

May 2006
Thinking Outside the Box

Thinking Outside the Box

Georgia faces some tough issues relating to prisons, high school dropouts and drugs. It's time for some new solutions, not just business as usual.

April 2006
Philosophy's Profound Impact

Philosophy's Profound Impact

Four 20th-century French philosophers have helped lead the world away from noble ideas into despair and concern. What we need now are new thinkers to help us unite.

February 2006
A Voice in the Wilderness

A Voice in the Wilderness

Now is the time to put more dollars back into the educational system. The governor will probably use recent revenues to build back reserves. The legislature doesn't have education on its radar.

January 2006
Kathy Cox on Cuts and Scores

Kathy Cox on Cuts and Scores

Georgia's school superintendent has her say on the state's SAT results and how schools are handling reduced financing.

December 2005
The Bulldozing Speaker

The Bulldozing Speaker

Speaker Glenn Richardson wants to build his dream house on accreted land on St. Simons.

November 2005
Does the Superintendent Care?

Does the Superintendent Care?

Why do we give the SAT to so many students — 76 percent of them vs. 47 percent nationally — many of whom are not planning to go to college? Why don't we just give this test to the college-bound seniors?

October 2005
Twenty Years and Counting

Twenty Years and Counting

Publishing a magazine in a vibrant, growing state such as we have is a great experience, and, quite frankly, a lot of fun. We are in the people business, and without you as readers, we have no purpose.

September 2005
The Welcome Mat is Out

The Welcome Mat is Out

How about renaming Georgia the Welcome State? Come to Georgia, all you who are weary and carrying heavy tax burdens, we will give you rest.

August 2005
Tax Increases are Necessary

Tax Increases are Necessary

Voters will go along with raising taxes if they are convinced it's necessary. What could be more important than restoring the $750 million cut from Georgia's education system?

July 2005
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