The programs highlighted here aren't heavily advertised, so interested students must do some research. "There's kind of a delicate balance here," explains Bruce Chaloux, director of student access programs and services at the Southern Regional Education Board. "We are not trying to promote getting a Georgian to go to Tennessee to go to school—that's not our objective. At the same time, we know that there are Georgians who want to go to school and do not have a program available in the state of Georgia, so we want to encourage them."
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