Educational Leadership & Research

National experts to speak about autism, ADHD

AUGUSTA, GA – In May, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimated that 1 in 68 children is born with an autism spectrum disorder – a rate 30 percent higher than previously thought. In response to this growing need, the GRU College of Education’s Literacy Center and the CSRA Reading …

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Pilot program off to a strong start

Above: Dr. Gordon Eisenman speaks to faculty at Lake Forest Hills Elementary School. AUGUSTA, GA. – As part of the pilot program the College of Education recently launched, Mrs. Debbie Callan, Dr. Gordon Eisenman, Dr. Beth Pendergraft and Dr. Judi Wilson are teaching their Block I Early Childhood classes at …

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GRU accepted to national education organization

Georgia Regents University’s College of Education will join 87 institutions from around the country for the Carnegie Project on the Educational Doctorate Consortium. GRU is one of only four institutions in the state to be admitted into the program. CPED is an action-oriented initiative where a small number of colleges …

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