Griffin, Georgia 

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Education in Griffin, Georgia

Griffin has 22 schools: 18 public schools and 4 private schools

Griffin schools spend $9,540 per student (The US average is $12,383). There are 16 pupils per teacher, 559 students per librarian, and 443 children per counselor.

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  EDUCATIONGriffin, GeorgiaUnited States
  Expend. per Student$9,540$12,383
  Educ. Expend. per Student$8,869$10,574
  Instr. Expend. per Student$5,355$6,428
  Pupil/Teacher Ratio16.416.8
  Students per Librarian559.3538.1
  Students per Counselor442.8403.2
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    Reviews for Griffin    2 Reviews
    nothing here. - 12/15/2013
    Use to be "Griffin Great and Growing" Then after vote the slogan became "Griffin what's in it for Me" Nothing here. Old Mill town with no jobs. Lots of Tire Shops,... Read More

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    This town is a blight on the earth - 2/28/2010
    There is nothing to say good about Griffin GA. A former mill town with that same mentality still to this day-even with all the mills defunct. The main employer is... Read More


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