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Tag Archives: Education
Determining when Homecoming began as a named “tradition” at Georgia State is not an easy task. Sources disagree, are unclear, and sometimes are mistaken. The Technite student newspaper (a name reflecting our origin as Georgia Tech’s Evening School of Commerce) … Continue reading
More than 5.7 million people call metro Atlanta home — that’s a more than 300 percent increase over the past 45 years. Specifically, the Atlanta MSA has morphed from just five counties to 29, sprawling across 8,376 square miles (an … Continue reading
January marks the 50th Anniversary of the War on Poverty, legislation initiated by President Lyndon B. Johnson. The War on Poverty was launched to combat the almost sixteen percent poverty rate (Table 13) for families. The legislation led to programs … Continue reading
The books in the photo on the left may be selling for only $4 each, but the ability to read them is truly priceless. Poor literacy is often associated with poverty and can create intergenerational cycles furthering the ill effects … Continue reading
Ask Dr. Iman Chahine in the College of Education. Chahine teaches the course, “Ethnomathematics and its Role in Sociocultural Traditions”. Ethnomathematics studies the way in which cultural groups use mathematics in daily activities and in problem solving. Students in … Continue reading
Chara Haeussler Bohan and Joyce E. Many (eds.) recently published the book, Clinical teacher education: Reflections from an urban professional development school network. The book shows how Georgia State University’s College of Education and College of Arts and Sciences partnered … Continue reading