Middle Georgia State University (MGA) is introducing a way for currently working school paraprofessionals to earn their bachelor’s degrees and become certified teachers.
Zakeyia Westberry, an education major and member of the Cochran Campus Activities Board, recently published a book of her poetry.
Once she became a junior at Middle Georgia State University, Allie Keel made the same discovery many students make when they begin taking upper-level courses: balancing a job with a full college workload is a challenge.
The award seeks to recognize individuals who have made significant contributions to the education of students with disabilities. Nominees are candidates who demonstrate outstanding ability, excellence in performance of duties, and a deep commitment to the education of students with disabilities that go above and beyond expectations.
Monday January 15, 2018 Middle Georgia State University students, faculty, and MGA’s environmental health and safety team celebrated the timeless values Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. bestowed upon the world. Dr. King challenged the members of our society, with his inspiring words to actually live by the noble principles in which our country was founded upon. He paid the ultimate price to make the words in our great constitution a reality for everyone, and on this day we say thank you!
The School of Education Junior cohort on the Macon Campus wants to help elementary schools that were impacted by Hurricane Harvey and Irma. Help them support schools as they try to rebuild.
Volunteers are needed for the Future Georgia Educators Conference. The conference, which is hosted annually by the School of Education, provides high school students who are interested in teaching an opportunity to visit a college campus and to learn more about the field of education.
Students graduating from Middle Georgia State University with a bachelor’s degree in Early Childhood Special Education are now able to add a Reading Endorsement to their certification.
MGA’s School of Education Welcomes Visiting Student from University in England.
Aspiring teacher and school principal Thomas Smith overcame childhood cancer to become a leader in high school and now at Middle Georgia State. To read more about his inspiring strides to greatness click here.