Report: Ga.’s HOPE Scholarship Could Run Out Of Money By 2028

| August 11, 2016

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ATLANTA – Georgia’s lottery-funded HOPE scholarship program has struggled to keep up with demand in recent years. Now, a new report says HOPE could run out of money by the time today’s pre-kindergarten students are in college.

The study was issued by a group  of private businesses, called The Committee to Preserve HOPE Scholarships. It says the program could run a deficit by the year 2028.

The report’s author, Nancy Badertscher, says families shouldn’t panic that HOPE will disappear.

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2 Comments on "Report: Ga.’s HOPE Scholarship Could Run Out Of Money By 2028"

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  1. ABL says:

    It was NEVER supposed to pay for anything but college.
    That was what the people voted for, not for all that programs that have been added to leach off of the funds.

  2. WINNERS says:

    Cant blame this on Obama and the Dems this has been a red state for years