Are Georgia’s students ready for the 21st Century workforce? What can the state’s education system do to prepare students to innovate and create the new technologies that drive local and national economies?

The Georgia Partnership for Excellence in Education is bring a panel of experts together on August 18 to look at these issues during the “21st Century Skills for a 21st Century Workforce.” The Critical Issues Forum will be held from 9:30 a.m. until 12 noon at the Ponce City Market in the General Assembly room. 

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