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News articles categorized as: Schools and Administrators

A friendship with principle

January 14, 2019
Athens women bond over four decades of memories and a shared love of education.

UGA, Putnam County teachers work to create new model for lessons

December 17, 2018
Project uses images from the National Archives to drive project-based learning.

Associate professor helps local youth succeed one book at a time

October 26, 2018
Sheneka Williams' passion for increasing access and narrowing the opportunity gap with Books for Keeps is helping thousands of at-risk youth combat the effects of summer learning loss.

Study links weather safety training from teacher workshop to students’ homes

October 10, 2018
In a first-of-its-kind study, researchers draw a line between increased awareness by teachers and better prepared families

Professor lends expertise on how bias becomes bullying

October 2, 2018
Professor lends expertise on how bias becomes bullying.

'Cookies' and 'Crumbles' help kids realize their appetite for science

August 22, 2018
A science education game developed by a College of Education faculty member wins the 2018 International Serious Play Award.

Professor named 2018-2019 SEC Academic Leadership Development Program Fellow

July 23, 2018
Scott Ardoin was one of only four UGA faculty members to be named a 2018-2019 SEC Academic Leadership Development Programs Fellow.

Faculty and teachers' trip to Alabama's Legacy Museum sparks dialogue for change

July 16, 2018
The experience also inspired 15 educators and community members to work to commemorate the victims of racial terror lynchings in Athens-Clarke County.

Alumna receives Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching

July 2, 2018
Christy Sutton (MEd '12) was one of only two elementary teachers in Georgia to receive the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching.

Alumna takes wide-angle approach to new role on school board

June 25, 2018
With a background in counseling psychology, LaKeisha Gantt (MED ’03, PHD ’10) adds a new perspective to the Clarke County School Board.