Georgia: Education Gap Has Alarming Economic Ramifications

Parents in Georgia are increasingly opting for a private, and a better, education. (Photo: Monica Ellena)

When Rusudan, a 47-year-old woman from Georgia’s western city of Zugdidi, decided to move her son from a public school to a private school seven years ago, it was not a light-hearted decision. Like many of her generation, she favors public education.

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Monica Ellena is a Tbilisi-based freelance journalist, who has worked previously as an elementary school teacher in Italy and a university instructor in Georgia.

Georgia: Education Gap Has Alarming Economic Ramifications

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