Since Jessamy looks healthy despite her language problems, she often needs to explain her disorder in greater detail to other people, including friends and family members.
College helps local school district host its first robotics competition
A lot of her friends were going off to law school and not getting jobs, but Cheryl Stanga knew she had to get a job and think about improving or changing her career.
In a new column on the Atlanta Journal-Constitution's Get Schooled blog, Peter Smagorinsky hits on the main problem with the new Georgia Milestones and end-of-course tests—the lack of time lawmakers allowed to pilot the tests before implementing them.
Calyn Malinzak, 17, will fulfill her duties as an athletic training student aide for the third time this fall, but before she begins her senior year at Central Forsyth High School, she will spend a few days of her summer attending UGA's Ath…
Athens, Ga. – The second annual IDD@UGA Conference sponsored by the University of Georgia College of Education will showcase innovative instructional design and development (IDD) projects and provide meaningful networking opportunities fo…
Among graduates in 2014 with a teacher-preparation degree, 62 percent, or 325 graduates, were hired by a Georgia city or county school district
Graduate's family uprooted lives and careers for schooling in America
Educators gather to share ideas and explore their own writing at annual Red Clay institute
Juggling homework, lesson plans, and volunteer work sets Ana Martinez up for her career