Ever wondered what it really takes to be a great teacher? The Academy for Future Teachers welcomes bright, talented and diverse high school students considering a career teaching math or science in an urban environment.
Our mission is to link theory and practice through inter-disciplinary research, professional development, and community partnerships to understand the challenges and opportunities for adults with low literacy skills.
Funded by more than $1 million annually, the After-School All-Stars program was developed to provide a comprehensive after-school program for middle school students living in the inner city of Atlanta.
The Alonzo A. Crim Center for Urban Educational Excellence works in partnership with school systems, parents, students and community organizations to increase efforts toward the improvement of life-long learning and development for members of urban areas.
We improve the educational and developmental experiences of students, teachers and other program clients by providing program evaluation and research services to local, state, national and international agencies and educational institutions.
The Center consists of faculty members representing a broad span of clinical and research orientations including biomechanics, Prosthetics and Orthotics, Physical therapy, Biostatistics, Medicine, Orthopaedics.
The Child Development Program plays a vital role in university research efforts, supports and develops teacher education programs, offers an ideal setting for students to learn about young children and provides a model of best practice for Georgia's early learning professionals.
The Center for Research on Atypical Development and Learning (CRADL) is an interdisciplinary center founded in 1998. It stimulates basic and applied research, and facilitates educational and outreach efforts, in areas related to atypical development and learning.
The Speech-Language-Hearing Clinic provides speech, language and hearing services to the university and Atlanta communities and serves as a training ground for graduate students working to become licensed speech-language pathologists.
The Urban Child Study Center (UCSC) promotes the overall development and school success of children and youth in urban contexts through innovative, translational research that informs policy and practice.