In the 25 years since its first class, Reading Recovery at Georgia State has expanded its reach, trained 1,668 teachers and 81 teacher leaders, and worked with more than 67,000 children.
Amanda didn’t think she wanted to be a teacher, but she’s found her passion in urban education.
With 8+ years of teaching experience, Ryan’s life calling as a change agent in urban education has truly been rewarding.
The College of Education & Human Development has partnered with Bahçeşehir University to host the International Conference on New Trends in Education, scheduled for Aug. 13-15, 2014, in Istanbul, Turkey.
Doctoral student Jed Applerouth highlights the changes coming to the SAT, and WABE News gives readers an inside look at the CEHD’s Child Development Center.
A new Master of Education (M.Ed.) program in Elementary Education will provide teachers an opportunity for advanced study.