Improving General Education in Georgia

Georgian public schools, especially in rural areas, were dilapidated and badly maintained, which hurt student attendance, learning, and educational outcomes. MCC’s investment in Georgia helped to rehabilitate 91 schools across the country, which included upgrading utilities like electricity and water and providing modern laboratories and equipment.

Related Country Programs

  • Georgia Compact II

    The Georgia II Compact aimed to improve the quality of education in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields and increase the earning potential of Georgians.