The Office of Academic Programs handles five major areas within the college:
Specifically, the office oversees the College's overall performance-based assessment system by assisting programs with ongoing national, state, and university program assessment and accreditation efforts; managing the collection of information for various College reports; and working with external bodies including the Georgia Professional Standards Commission and Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. The office also helps with curricular changes within the College, oversees the Student Services and Experiential Learning Office, and coordinates international activities.
The College of Education partners with the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences, the College of Family and Consumer Sciences, and the College of Arts and Sciences in its educator and other school personnel partnerships. In 2017-2018, the college and its UGA partners had formal memoranda of agreement with 48 school districts and 176 schools.
The College of Education is a member of the Board of Control for Northeast Georgia RESA.
The UGA College of Education participates in the Athens/Gwinnett P20 Collaborative, one of nine in the state. The P20 Collaboratives are regional associations established by the Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC), and the University System of Georgia. Through partnering with P12 educators, Northeast Georgia RESA, and state officials; the Athens/Gwinnett P20 Collaborative provides support for pre-service teacher candidates, induction teachers, and mentor teachers.