Where does Georgia rank?
Georgia places just above the national average with a score of 16. Though it has a few charter schools and a modest private education sector, Georgia is dominated by a typically unfree and uncompetitive conventional public school system.
Unlike many states with charter school programs, Georgia cannot expect to see a substantial rise in the freedom of its educational marketplace under current policy because it imposes a cap on the number of charters that can be created. Even without such a cap, however, the upside potential of charter schools is limited due to their many non-market characteristics.
In other words, we can expect more of this.