Boylan notices the dire straights of county education backed by recent local high school graduation rate decline. GED programming has big implications, according to the longtime GMC leader.
“Baldwin County is going in the wrong direction. Right now, the GED program is the only way we have to put ourselves on the map and make ourselves attractive to business and industry,” Boylan said. “This is the direction that we are going. I think frankly it’s the only hope for Baldwin County. We either turn this around, or we are dead in the water.”
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