College of Education

Announcement    Tuesday, October 6, 2020
Hello GC family, The College of Education's Diversity Committee is pleased to announce the latest educational opportunity in our Social Justice Dialogue Series. On Friday, October 16th at 5pm we are hosting a free "Netflix party" virtual screening of the powerful documentary entitled "13th" by award-winning director Ava DuVernay. This film examines how mass incarceration and the criminal justice system overall have worked in tandem to continue the de facto enslavement of Black...
Event    Friday, October 16, 2020
Hello GC family, The College of Education's Diversity Committee is pleased to announce the latest educational opportunity in our Social Justice Dialogue Series. On Friday, October 16th at 5pm we are hosting a free "Netflix party" virtual screening of the powerful documentary entitled "13th" by award-winning director Ava DuVernay. This film examines how mass incarceration and the criminal justice system overall have worked in tandem to continue the de facto enslavement of Black...
Announcement    Wednesday, September 2, 2020
One of the College of Education's Educational Leadership,  Educational Specialist (Ed.S.) candidates, Ms. Liz Raeburn, Principal of Bryan County Middle School, was invited to be a panel participant on the Georgia Association of Educational Leaders (GAEL) virtual conference on social justice.   The first event was on June 23rd and it was the kick off of the Social Justice Series for the summer presented by Dr. Stephen Peters and Dr. Mark Wilson. The panel featured 2 principals,...
Announcement    Tuesday, April 7, 2020
Hello GC colleagues, I hope that you are taking care of yourselves and your families during these unprecedented times. I just want to share a bit of good news in the form of our latest MALE Connection (Mentoring African-Americans for Leadership, Education and Connection) newsletter. This is Georgia College's African-American Male Inititative (AAMI), part of a statewide network of similar programs co-sponsored by the University System of Georgia. Our latest newsletter features some...
Announcement    Monday, April 6, 2020
Georgia College’s Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT) degree program in Special Education has been ranked 19th in the nation by OnlineCollegePlan. The rankings are based on reputation, cost per credit hour, percentage of graduate students and the graduation rate. The website noted “the combination of convenience and price has made Georgia College a prime place for top online masters degrees.” ​OnlineCollegePlan also touted the unique cohort model and the nationally recognized...
Announcement    Monday, March 30, 2020
Georgia College’s John H. Lounsbury College of Education master’s degree programs have been ranked among the top in nation by Optimal (formerly SR Education Group).   Three GC programs were named on the Guide to Online Schools as well as listed on OnlineU.org. 2020 Most Affordable Online Master's Teaching Degrees: #10 2020 Most Affordable Online Master's Educational Leadership Degrees: #12 2020 Most Affordable Online Master's Education Degrees: #24 The rankings are based...