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Georgia Southern University, COE, College of Education, Thomas R. Koballa Jr., professional development schools, Eagle Educators, first generation immigrants, Savannah-Chatham County Public Schools (SCCPSS), Project SEARCH, STEMFest, College of Education (COE), Jack Miller
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