"Moving Lives Forward"
The College of Education is committed to research and scholarship that enhances human potential through high quality professional preparation and instruction with dedicated service to our local, state, national, and international communities.
Since its inception in 1968, the College of Education (COE) at Georgia State University has excelled in teaching, research, and service. In October 2007, with the lifecycle of the 2002-2007 strategic plan complete, the Dean of the College, Randy W. Kamphaus, charged the Dean’s Faculty Advisory Committee (DFAC) to coordinate the development of a new five-year plan with the goal for the COE to seek new levels of excellence. During the 2007-2008 academic year, faculty, staff, students, school principals, teachers, along with other stakeholders took part in a comprehensive planning effort. A draft of the strategic plan was distributed to all stakeholders for review and feedback. At the close of the academic year, this feedback was collated and the draft was refined. In the fall of the 2008-2009 academic year, DFAC worked to finalize the strategic plan. Under the direction of Dean Kamphaus, the committee created a plan to guide the college toward becoming one of the top-tier colleges of education in the nation and in the world. The following non-hierarchical priorities are submitted for College approval.
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