Child Development Program - Parents who are also Georgia State University students, staff, and faculty have enough to do without having to worry about the type of care their children are receiving during the day. That's why the Lanette L. Suttles and Capitol Hill Child Development Centers exist.
Saturday School - Saturday School is offered by the College of Education at Georgia State University. Classes are held on the downtown main campus from 9 a.m. to noon on 5 consecutive Saturdays in the spring, fall, and winter. The school provides innovative educational opportunities for gifted children 4 years old through 8th grade.
Best Practices - Best Practices is a collaborative endeavor between Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care andLearning, the department of Early Childhood Education and the Child Development Program at Georgia State University.
PDS Schools - Georgia State University and selected Professional Development Schools (PDS) offer learning-centered communities between the university and K-12 schools that support the learning and development of students, teacher candidates, public school and university faculty, and other professionals.