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Articles for: Middle Grades Education Programs

Passion for education helps student sew new skills

May 4, 2017
Doctoral student Ashley Nylin enhances student teacher learning and community partnerships.

Alumnus pens new book on teacher accountability movement

November 11, 2016
In it, Tim Mullen (PhD '06) explores the consequences of the teacher accountability movement and offers alternatives.

Students honored by UGA Black Faculty and Staff Organization

September 23, 2016
Three College of Education graduate students were recently honored at this year's Black Faculty and Staff Organization's Founders Day Awards.

Three students inducted into UGA's Arch Society

May 11, 2016
Named after the most prominent symbol of the university, members of the Arch Society provide service to the University of Georgia as official hosts and goodwill ambassadors.

New faculty grant seeks next generation of active learning

January 18, 2016
Glickman Challenge Grant for Project-Based Learning aims to link classroom lessons with a larger goal.

Teacher prep student's work leads to honor

April 13, 2015
The Middle Grades Education Program is a leader in the field of middle school reform and is one of the oldest middle school-specific teacher certification programs in the nation.

In a world where middle school teachers rule...

February 19, 2015
If not you, then who? Video highlights teacher prep program

Groundbreaking student builds a legacy

January 28, 2015
Middle grades education student helps rebuild a center for black male leadership on campus

Top teacher sets kids up for success

December 23, 2014
Clarke County's Joanna Beck, a COE alumna, named among year's top teachers

Master's program in secondary education gets top marks

October 22, 2014
The University of Georgia's master's degree programs in secondary education are ranked best in the nation in Graduateprograms.com's Fall 2014 Graduate Program rankings.

Six receive Allman MAT Scholarships for Student Teaching

October 10, 2014
​Six College of Education students received the Allman MAT (Master of Arts in Teaching) Scholarship for Student Teaching in recognition of their academic achievement from the Department of Educational Theory and Practice for fall semester 2014. Recipients received $625 each and are currently student teaching this semester.

Research adds up to better-prepared mathematics teachers

October 2, 2014
New research taking place at the University of Georgia College of Education examines how future mathematics teachers can develop flexible methods for solving problems in middle grades mathematics.