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Smagorinsky: Atlanta's Elisha Gray another Great Georgia Teacher

UGA Distinguished Research Professor Peter Smagorinsky writes about Maynard Jackson High School special education teacher Elisha Gray in the April 7 Atlanta Journal Constitution.

COE, Clarke School leaders visit University of Glasgow

A group that included College of Education Dean Craig Kennedy, Associate Dean for Academic Programs Laura Bierema and Director of the Office of School Engagment Janna Dresden visited the COE's partners at the University of Glasgow (UofG) in Scotland in March 2014.

Watkins inducted into AHRD Scholar Hall of Fame

Karen E. Watkins, professor and associate head of the lifelong education, administration, and policy department in the University of Georgia College of Education, has been inducted into the Academy of Human Resource Development (AHRD) Scholar Hall of Fame.

Hawkins in NYT: Success may not be what it seems

Billy Hawkins, a professor in kinesiology, writes in a March 28 New York Times op-ed that success may not be what it seems in relation to a recent regional National Labor Relations Board ruling that football players at Northwestern University can unionize and collectively bargain.

Exploring new ways to learn

With the demand for STEM education increasing in today's workforce, the College of Education's Department of Career and Information Studies has established a partnership with one of the leading robotics education companies in South Korea.

6th Annual CSSE Summer Institute

COE partners with South Korean educational robotics company

With the demand for STEM education increasing in today's workforce, the University of Georgia College of Education's Department of Career and Information Studies has established a partnership with Roborobo Co., Ltd., one of the leading robotics education companies in South Korea.

COE leadership program recognizes two Georgia school administrators

Two outstanding Georgia educational administrators—Wanda Creel and Glenn Pethel—were recognized for their distinguished service to the field of supervision and leadership by the University of Georgia College of Education's educational administration and policy program on March 21 at Rivers Crossing.

Seven doctoral students in educational administration receive scholarships

Seven students in the University of Georgia College of Education's doctoral program in educational administration and policy received scholarships at the program's annual awards luncheon on March 21 at Rivers Crossing.

Speech & Hearing Clinic to offer summer programs for children, adults

Children and adults with speech or language concerns (including reading) can benefit by participating in one of four Intensive Communication Program sessions being offered this summer by the University of Georgia Speech and Hearing Clinic.
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