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 CEEDAR-GA Project

​The CEEDAR-GA Project is a partnership between Georgia and the CEEDAR Center bringing together General Education, Special Education, and Educational Leadership.

The Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, educator preparation programs, and local education agencies are collaborating to develop teachers and leaders who can improve Georgia’s future by graduating ALL students who are ready to learn, ready to live and ready to lead.  The CEEDAR/Georgia partnership leverages the power of existing initiatives to address goals in teacher and leader preparation reform, certification, and educator preparation evaluation.

Georgia's High-Leverage Practices (HLP) Webinar Series

The Georgia High-Leverage Practices (HLP) Webinar Series is a 7-part webinar that creates awareness of High-Leverage Practices and how these practices align within Georgia’s Tiered System of Support for Students. This series provides information and resources that are applicable to stakeholders in various settings including: P-12 teachers, Administrators, Academic/Instructional Coaches, and Educator Preparation Program Providers. This series helps participants understand the components of High-Leverage Practices and consider ways to effectively and sustainably implement those practices in their learning environments.

Georgia's High-Leverage Practices (HLP) Webinar Series

High-Leverage Practices: A Free Professional Development Guide

The Council for Exceptional Children is offering a free electronic download of  ”High-Leverage Practices: A Professional Development Guide for School Leaders".  Use the link below to access the complete guide. 

High-Leverage Practices: A Professional Development Guide for School Leaders

Some Resources Included with the Guide:


Every Teacher Needs to Understand High Leverage Practices (HLPs)

High Leverage Practices (HLPs) are often called the basic fundamentals of teaching and that's why they are critical to helping all students learn content.

A newly released professional learning resource is available to support induction phase teachers and their mentors.

This resource was created by the East P-20 Induction Collaborative in conjunction with the Center for Collaboration for Effective Educator Development, Accountability and Reform (CEEDAR).

To access, please follow this link: and then,
1.Scroll down to Georgia Resources
2.Click Induction Professional Development Series Focused on High-Leverage Practices.