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In the News

A deal that changed lives — but not for all

October 27, 2020, Andy Miller For a year of her life, Linda Ferguson lived in a booth at a transit stop. She spent another year living under a bridge. Her homelessness, she says now, “was a bad situation. Nobody likes to be outside. It’s a very insecure feeling.’’ At one point Ferguson, who...

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Georgia’s online education for disabled students

Georgia’s online education for disabled students
Parents Navigate Georgia’s K–12 online education for disabled students Plan for the Future September 12, 2020 - As Georgia students and families get back to school and navigate virtual learning, parents of students with disabilities are working through transition planning that will set up...

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Critical home-health services on thin ice during pandemic

Without more federal dollars, home-based health services could take a hit, further reducing access to programs that can keep people out of institutional care facilities like nursing homes. Advocates for home and community services are pushing for increased federal funding through Medicaid, an...

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