Safe and Welcoming Schools faculty frequently speak in schools, to youth-serving organizations, and at community events on topics related to school climate, bullying, prevention in psychology, and promoting positive youth development.
The UGA Speech and Hearing Clinic offers comprehensive audiology services for all ages including hearing evaluations, acoustic reflex testing, ABR testing, OAE testing, infant hearing testing, and more!
CLASE provides Latino-oriented expertise, short and long-term professional development and workshops regularly for schools, media, community groups, non-profit organizations, governmental agencies, courts, and more.
If you have been a principal for no more than three years, you may apply for this eighteen-month residency program established by the University of Georgia College of Education in partnership with the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders.
Experience UGA is a partnership between the University of Georgia Office of Service-Learning, the Office of School Engagement in the College of Education, and the Clarke County School District, which aims to bring every Clarke County student (PreK-12) to UGAʼs campus every year.
Established by the Department of Language and Literacy Education in 1968, the Georgia Children's Book Award committees are committed to rewarding, recognizing, and promoting excellence in children's literature. Their primary objectives are to foster a love of reading, and to introduce children to books of literary excellence. The annual conference not only honors the Georgia Children's Book Award winners, but also includes author and illustrator workshops and practitioner-based sessions.
GECAT is a five-year, Title III federally funded initiative begun in summer 2012. We provide ESOL endorsement courses to teachers in our partner districts. Classes are FREE to teachers — tuition and books are provided by the GECAT program, and participants receive a small stipend for each course. Courses are offered on-site at partner schools. Teachers will earn UGA graduate credit.
The goal of the Improving Teacher Quality State Grants 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.
This collaboration between the Clarke County School District and the University of Georgia College of Education brings a professor-in-residence to several local schools where they help with professional development, volunteer efforts and student teachers.
Safe and Welcoming Schools faculty are available for consulting, professional development, and technical assistance in gauging bullying and overall climate in schools. Our services range from one-time events to year-round support. We will work with you to develop a customized plan to best meet your goals.