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 Education


The links and information on this web page are intended for teachers to instruct students currently in grades 10, 11, or 12 and were enrolled in a Georgia public high school during the 2012-13 school year and completed a career pathway course.

To find the updated Career Clusters/Pathways foundation courses designed for students starting a new career cluster pathway and entering a Georgia public high school for the first time in Fall 2013, these courses are located on a different web page. Please click this Career Clusters/Pathways web page link to view these courses.

Career Pathways

Pathways below are intended for teachers to instruct students currently in grades 10, 11 or 12 and enrolled in a career pathway.

Pathway Resources

Teacher Certification Requirements

Unit Plans – Georgia Standards

What It's About

The Education Program Concentration is designed for students who are interested in pursuing a career in the Education field. There are many diverse opportunities in Education, from a school administrator, school counselor, elementary school teacher, special needs teacher, secondary teacher, post secondary teacher, career and technical teacher, preschool teacher, paraprofessional – and the list continues. Students will have two career pathways to choose from: Early Childhood Education & Teaching as a Profession. These pathways will introduce the foundations of education, combined with knowledge and skills, gained in both the classroom and in the workplace, to prepare students for a career in Education.

Why It's Important

Education and how we can improve the education of our students is a major focus in Georgia, as well as many other states in the nation. The large number of educators that are at, or nearing the age of retirement, combined with the small number of teacher educators graduating from college, is a concern. These are reasons this Education Program Area is important – we need to start growing our own teachers in communities across Georgia.

 

 Contact Information

 

​Daphnne Bonaparte,
Program Specialist,
Career, Technical and Agricultural Education
Phone: 404-463-6406
Email: dbonaparte@doe.k12.ga.us

 

 Education Resources