Georgia Southern University, College of Education (COE), James Dean, Pete the Cat, Whitley King, Sally D. Meadows Elementary School, Kathleen Crawford, Elementary Education, Dr. Charles and Dr. Lella Bonds Scholarship, Amy Heaston, Diversity, Equity & Inclusion, Higher Education Administration, BestValueSchools, Daniel Calhoun, Black Women Empowerment, Kayla Griffin, Chelda Smith, Talmeshia Parker, Laquandra Bundrage, Tobe Frierson, Shine Black Girl Shine, Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS), Georgia Association of School Personnel Administrators (GASPA), 2020 Platinum Award of Excellence, Urban Education Endorsement, Professional Learning Units (PLUs), Pulaski Elementary School, Hubert Middle School, Amanda Wall, Association for Middle Level Education (AMLE)
Elementary education students join second grade class to meet creator of Pete the Cat
Scholarship honoring Bonds family announced for students pursuing degree in education
Georgia Southern named No. 2 on master’s in higher education administration rankings
Three members of the COE community honored at Black Women Empowerment celebration
Georgia Southern College of Education, Chatham County public school system partnership earns state honor
Middle grades education students connect with peers across the nation during book study
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