The College of Education's Child Development Center supports teacher education programs, offers an ideal setting for students from a variety of disciplines to learn about young children through observation, interaction and research, and provides a model of "best practice" for Georgia's early learning professionals at all levels of the professional ladder. The CDC is comprised of two locations, the Lanette L. Suttles Child Development Center and the Capitol Hill Child Enrichment Center.
Each classroom has a lead teacher, assistant lead teachers and assistants who are responsible for planning the daily schedule of activities. Each lead teacher is a professional with a background in early childhood education, child development, or a related field. The assistant lead teachers and assistants have a variety of educational backgrounds and years of experience working with young children.
For more information about the Child Development Center, visit http://education.gsu.edu/cdc/about.htm.