College of Education Partnerships

The success of the College of Education’s initial preparation and advanced programs is inextricably linked to its partnerships with schools, educational and community agencies, and other units of Georgia Southern University.

Click on the links below for information about some of the College’s partnership activities.

Clinical Associates

A Clinical Associate is a P-12 educator who serves as a liaison between his/her school and the College of Education. The College works with a school’s Clinical Associate to establish field experience placements for education students and to coordinate other collaborative college-school activities.

Closing the Achievement Gap

The Closing the Achievement Gap website provides educators with useful information on how to close the achievement gap for all underachieving students.

First District RESA

Georgia Southern University is a member of the First District Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA). The dean of the College of Education meets monthly with superintendents of the member school systems.

Grants and Sponsored Research

Current grants and sponsored research efforts support many school improvement initiatives.

School Sites
College of Education Art Extravaganza
Coastal Savannah Writing Project
  • Coastal Savannah Writing Project (CSWP) is hosted by Georgia Southern University College of Education- Armstrong Campus. CSWP was established in January 2010 as one of the 200+ National Writing Project sites hosted by college campuses across the country and, as its mission, focuses on sustained efforts to help teachers improve writing, reading and learning for all learners. Now independent, CSWP retains its primary mission.
Project SEARCH At Armstrong
  • Project SEARCH in Savannah is a collaborative effort between the Savannah-Chatham County School System, St. Joseph’s Candler Hospital, Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus, Coastal Center for Developmental Services, and Georgia Vocational Rehabilitation.
Education: Teens for Literacy
  • The Teens for Literacy program positions students to inspire their peers and their communities regarding the importance of literacy.  The program also encourages students to consider college as an option after high school graduation.  Georgia Southern University-Armstrong Campus and schools within Savannah-Chatham County as well as Evans County serve as educational partners in implementing the program.
Teaching On-Site Protocols

Visit the Office of Initial Educator Preparation and Assessment website for additional information.

COE Partnerships • PO Box 8133 • (912) 344-2797