BCOE Centers

Education Student Services

ESS works to promote future, current and past education majors all the way from our Undergraduate Programs and initial Certification through our Alumni programs.

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Center for Education Placements & Partnerships

CEPP arranges field placements and builds partnerships with local schools in the following school systems: Atlanta Public Schools, Bartow County Schools, Cartersville City Schools, Cherokee County Schools, Cobb County Schools, Fulton County Schools, Gordon County Schools, Hall County Schools, Marietta City Schools, and Paulding County Schools.

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Center for Literacy & Learning

The Center for Literacy and Learning creates an environment of engagement and partnership between the student, teacher, and parent by enhancing the reading and writing skills of students who attend P-12 schools. Each student who attends the Center for Literacy and Learning receives quality services designed to promote student achievement.

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iTeach Center

The KSU iTeach Center is your one stop shop for all things instructional technology related. Our instructional technology specialists are experts in the fields of hardware, software, and IT management. We are experienced in providing solutions for school districts, schools, and classrooms.

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Teacher Resource & Activity Center

TRAC is a curriculum center designed to help education students, educators, and community members plan and prepare effective and creative classroom instruction and activity. TRAC houses over 8,000 books, more than 2,000 DVDs and videos, and 500 kits and games.

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ATOMS Center

The College of Science and Mathematics, in collaboration with Bagwell College of Education established the A.T.O.M.S. Center to address the needs of Georgia's K-12 schools in Science and Mathematics. In Georgia, the teacher shortage problem is compounded by the reality that if all University System of Georgia teacher preparation institutions maintain their present level of production of new secondary science and mathematics teachers (678 in 2006), the state will be 85% short of meeting the projected need for 2013.

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