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Documentary examines the criminalization of black girls in schools

“PUSHOUT: The Criminalization of Black Girls in Schools” will screen at Augusta University’s Maxwell Performing Arts Theater on Jan. 14. This feature-length documentary examines a new and alarming trend: African American girls are the fastest-growing population in the criminal justice system and the only group of girls disproportionately experiencing criminalization and …

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College will host “Unbroken: Dreamcatchers” on Dec. 6

AUGUSTA, GA – The Augusta University College of Education, in partnership with the Jessye Norman School of the Arts, will present a group exhibition of new work from 55 local artist-educators. “Unbroken: Dreamcatchers” will open at the Ann & Ellis Johnson Gallery of Art on Dec. 6 from 6-8 p.m. …

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College of Education earns three national honors

The Augusta University College of Education earned three national awards honoring excellence in middle grades education at the annual conference for the Association for Middle Level Education from Nov. 7-9 in Nashville, Tennessee. AU emerged from a national pool of distinguished professionals and educators to capture Outstanding Professor of Middle Grades Education for Dr. Stacie Pettit, …

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Counseling grad student models AU values

Counseling grad student Mariah Clay strives for excellence at Augusta University. Click here to read about her journey. Join her in school counseling or clinical mental health counseling in the College of Education. Click here for more information about our counseling graduate programs.

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Register now for new education law workshop

Registration is open now for the upcoming Law Workshop: Foundational Reading Skill Development & Dyslexia, hosted by the Augusta University College of Education, to help train educators on new guidelines in Georgia. The workshop, featuring Dr. Caitlin Dooley, Deputy Superintendent at the Georgia Department of Education, will be Monday, Dec. 9, from 5-6:30 p.m., …

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