After the special session of the Georgia General Assembly gaveled in Wednesday morning, members of the House Higher Education Committee spent time that afternoon listening to an extensive report from the University System of Georgia’s Acting Chancellor Teresa MacCartney and several USG staff members. They reported on a number of issues including enrollment numbers, mental health initiatives, affordability measures, and student success measures. They even touched on a new post-tenure review policy approved recently by the Georgia Board of Regents. 

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