Reasons to Attend the John H. Lounsbury College of Education at Georgia College for Undergraduate Degrees
-100% of our cohort students passed the Georgia assessments for the Certification of Education (GACE) in 2007.
-100% of our students have teaching placements or graduate school/mission work for the last five years.
-Cohort students meet the standards of their specialty organizations, in NMSA (National Middle School Association) and CEC (Council for Exceptional Children).
-All students are actively engaged in professional activities though membership in professional organizations. Many serve as officers in local, state, and national student professional organizations.
-Pre-education and cohort students have contributed 3456 hours of service learning in 2006-2007.
-70% of undergraduate cohort students present at state and national conferences, and/or participate in grant writing, research projects, or major community/school service initiative.
-All students graduate with an experiential transcript that documents their leadership and service learning beyond the classroom.
-All students must demonstrate their ability to be effective change agents through their e-portfolios.
-All students must successfully defend their capstone e-portfolio in presentations to an exit panel of faculty, administrators, and/or teachers.
-GC also has a student teaching agreement with the Department of Defense Agency for student teaching opportunities.
Field Placement in Diverse Settings