This falls’ Making a Difference magazine features EAGLE Academy at Georgia Southern University! Along with the article, the magazine publishes a video that showcases the program.
The Board of Advisors for Georgia Southern University’s College of Education gathered for their fall meeting on Friday, September 8, in Statesboro’s College of Education building. Members traveled from all over the state, and their four-hour session included lunch with current students and faculty. One significant order of business was the formal introduction of five […]
Georgia Southern University’s first doctoral degree program turns thirty this year. The Doctor of Education Degree program in Educational Leadership began its first classes in the fall of 1993, just three years after the institution transitioned from college to university. It was the first doctorate to be offered by any institution in South Georgia. The […]
For many in the field of education, summer is a time to gather with colleagues and share innovations in their practice and disseminate research findings. This summer the College of Education held two of their annual conferences, the Southeast Conference on School Climate June 3-5 at the Hyatt Regency in Downtown Savannah, and Curriculum Studies […]
Now in its fifth year, EAGLE Academy is welcoming seven new students–the largest class of incoming students yet, totalling 11 students for the 2023-2024 academic year. With this new record, Georgia Southern University’s certified comprehensive transition program (CTP) moves closer to its goal of helping young adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities experience college and […]