The book contains numerous videos as well as photographs that highlight the unique and fascinating science and history for educators throughout the state.
Senior Chrishandra Perkins was always destined to teach. From an early age, her preacher called her “the teacher” as she read church announcements each Sunday.
From a very young age, Kendall Brown knew she was destined to teach, even playing school with her sisters when they were kids.
Liberal arts; it’s a phrase we hear constantly across the Georgia College campus. But what does it mean and why is it important?
Two Georgia College seniors are taking their STEM education to the next level, going against that statistic and planning to educate future generations on the importance of science education.
Georgia College’s College of Education has launched a new program that aims to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader and more diverse background.
Incoming freshmen Jessica Chatman and Marissa Gowen will begin their first semester of college as education majors. Along with a shared major, the two also share a passion for working with children.