Georgia’s Improving Teacher Quality State Grants Program supports the professional development of educators in language arts and reading, mathematics, science and/or social studies.
The goal of the Improving Teacher Quality Program is to deepen educators’ content knowledge in the core academic content areas with an emphasis on how enhanced content knowledge impacts teaching practices and student learning. Specifically, Improving Teacher Quality assists educators in:
Georgia’s Improving Teacher Quality Higher Education Program is managed by the University of Georgia for the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. Funding to support the program comes to the Board of Regents from the United States Department of Education as part of the No Child Left Behind Act signed by President George W. Bush and later identified as Title II, Part A, of Public Law 107-110. Georgia’s Improving Teacher Quality Higher Education Program funds are used to enhance the teaching of science, mathematics, language arts, reading, and social studies at the elementary, middle, and high school levels in public and private schools.
All Project Director Reports will be collected via Qualtrics. The ITQ Office will send the survey links to Project Directors through email. Project Directors are responsible for:
All participant surveys will be collected via Qualtrics. The ITQ Office will send the survey links to participants through email. Participants are responsible for:
19 August 2015
Primarily funded by the Improving Teacher Quality State Grants Program, this workshop is the third in a series of five workshops Georgia State University faculty members Shelby Frost and Joseph Feinberg are working to bring to campus.
12 August 2015
Faculty from Armstrong State University and educators from Stone Mountain Memorial Association recently led a group of K-12 teachers on a hands-on study of the geology, ecology, and history of Georgia’s barrier islands.
16 February 2013
For two Georgia Regents University professors, video games and movies have become a way to help students improve their reading skills.
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