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Survey: More new graduates hired by Georgia schools

Among graduates in 2014 with a teacher-preparation degree, 62 percent, or 325 graduates, were hired by a Georgia city or county school district

The value of an education

Graduate's family uprooted lives and careers for schooling in America

Classroom storytellers

Educators gather to share ideas and explore their own writing at annual Red Clay institute

Life's ups and downs add to teacher's perspective

Juggling homework, lesson plans, and volunteer work sets Ana Martinez up for her career

Petersen finalist for Aiken superintendent

Mark Petersen (EdS ’88, EdE ’96) is one of four finalists for superintendent for Aiken County Public Schools in South Carolina, reports the Aiken Standard.The school board plans to interview candidates on June 27 and announce the finali…

Alumna gets latest UGA degree while teaching overseas

Living in Germany didn't stop Emily Heath LaFon from getting her MEd in educational psychology.

New camp for underserved kids also serves research goal

We often hear about one-shot outreach programs designed to give students an opportunity to give back to the community, but this summer, the Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE)—an educational research and develop…

Trekking through New Zealand's countryside

This experience has been everything that I could imagine and more. Every morning that I wake up and watch the New Zealand sunrise I'm amazed by the simple fact that I'm here.

Alumna helps grow sustainability

The work of Debbie Mitchell, agriscience teacher at Clarke Middle School in Athens, was included as part of a column in the Washington Post online about sustainability efforts at the school.

Smagorinsky’s columns featured in AJC

Smagorinsky’s op-ed columns featured in the Atlanta Journal Constitution

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