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A group of professors from Augusta University’s College of Education made sure local students received donated books from the community before the schools closed for the year.
Your kids might be thrilled school is out for the near future in the surrounding counties, but the Augusta University College of Education knows kids need and benefit from continuing education.
It starts by freeing yourself of expectations, and it ends with finding your family’s new normal, say experts from Augusta University's College of Education.
Spring commencement has been postponed and no new date set yet. Leaders urge patience, understanding during this unprecedented situation.
In 2013, Georgia educators recognized that two-thirds of the state’s children were not reading proficiently by the end of third grade.
Augusta University has announced the recipients of the 2020 Distinguished Alumni and Outstanding Young Alumni awards. The winners will be formally recognized during the university’s Alumni Weekend, April 24-26.
The 22nd annual Impacting Student Learning Conference at Augusta University on Feb. 29 is the perfect forum for dedicated educators to get the support needed to improve their classrooms and promote a lifetime of learning.
Please complete the 2020 Employee Engagement Survey coming to your email inbox on March 9.
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Dr. Megan Buning's first love is softball, but her career is education. She found a way to do both through her research work at Augusta University.
On Wednesday, Jan. 15, the Office of First and Second Year Experiences recognized freshmen and sophomores who made the Dean’s List.
Augusta University's College of Education student Randy LaMons and his former classmate are helping future college freshmen with $500 scholarships through their new Be the Change Foundation.
"In the state of Georgia, we're in the midst of a conversation about disciplinary disparities by race," said Dr. Darla Linville, assistant professor in the Department of Advanced Studies and Innovation, because schools are grappling with data that...
The College of Education at Augusta University, in concert with the U.S. Army and Fort Gordon, participates in a nationwide program to assist military personnel and veterans in pursuing a new career in teaching.
“If you want it, you claim it. I wanted to be a commencement speaker since high school,” she said. “Buckle up — my speech is going to be uplifting.”
Augusta University’s College of Education is partnering with Richmond County’s Intermediate Literacy and Math Center to provide for elementary students this season.
Augusta University is working to attract more African-American male students into a career in education.
With six awards up for grabs at the AMLE annual conference, the Augusta University College of Education snagged three of them.