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Take 5 — President Michael F. Adams on the College of Education - From the President
December 2012 Issue
Q: The College of Education is one of UGA’s largest colleges or schools, producing more than 600 new graduates each year. How important is UGA’s teacher education program to the rest of the state? A: Teacher education in the entire state of Georgia is led by the UGA College of Education. With the largest college of education in America, it not only produces hundreds of teachers each year but many of the people who teach the teachers at many colleges and universities all over the state. The entire educational enterprise, particularly K-12 and the state universities, would grind to a halt without UGA. Q: In addition to undergraduates, UGA produces a significant number of Ph.D. students in education, many who go on to teach undergraduates at other schools, like Kennesaw State University, Georgia State University and Georgia Southern University. How does it benefit UGA to have a presence on the faculty of these other schools? A: We are very proud of …
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