Thursday, August 07, 2008

GaFCP's Gaye Smith and Taifa Butler to appear on Georgia Weekly this Sunday

Georgia ranks 40th overall in the Annie E. Casey Foundation's 2008 Kids Count Data Book, an annual study tracking ten indicators, including infant mortality, teen pregnancy and high-school dropout rates. Where has the state seen improvements and where are the biggest challenges?

Gaye Smith, executive director of Georgia Family Connection Partnership (GaFCP), and Taifa Butler, director of Policy and Communications, will share the latest statistics and some possible solutions to the problems on “Georgia Weekly,” Georgia Public Broadcasting’s public affairs series, this Sunday, Aug. 10, at 1 p.m.

The program will air again on Tuesday, Aug. 12 at 7 p.m.

After you watch the show, demonstrate that kids do count in Georgia by sending your comments about the segment to “Georgia Weekly” via e-mail at

You may also correspond with Georgia Weekly via mail:
Georgia Weekly
260 14th St NW
Atlanta, GA, 30317

Or call the station:
in the Atlanta area: 404-685-2400
outside Atlanta: 1-800-222-6006

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