Vision: Communities united to empower educators to maximize student success.
Mission Statement: Utilizing shared resources to provide ongoing and reciprocal learning opportunities for all stakeholders, guided by need.
What are P-20 Collaboratives?
The Georgia Department of Education, the Georgia Professional Standards Commission, and the University System of Georgia have joined together to establish
P-20 Collaboratives: Systems of support to provide a seamless transition for pre-service candidates as they seek to become professional educators, as
well as to provide continued professional learning for practicing educators and leaders.
The state has been divided into nine regions, each region clustered around
a group of institutions or agencies that prepares teachers. Each collaborative convenes twice during an academic year. Topics of interest include recruitment
and training for future teachers, induction for in-service teachers, support for educational leaders, and professional learning for all. Each regional collaborative has a strategic planning team that plans the collaborative agendas based on needs of the region.
How can I get involved?
Determine the region with which you have partnered with a school system or teacher preparation program and register for the upcoming convening. We look forward to working with you!
Athens/ GwinnettEastMetro AtlantaMiddle GeorgiaNortheastNorthwestSoutheast SouthwestWest
Athens/Gwinnett P-20 Collaborative
Primary Contact: Dr. Bobbi Ford (email@example.com)
Colleges/Universities: Georgia Gwinnett College, University of Georgia, Piedmont College
School Systems:Barrow County, Clarke County Schools, Elbert County, Greene County, Gwinnett County, Jackson County, Madison County, Morgan County, Oconee County, Oglethorpe County, Walton County, Commerce City, Jefferson City, Social Circle City
RESAs: Metro RESA, Northeast Georgia RESA
* Event Registration - FALL 2018 *
Click here to register for the October 12, Athens/Gwinnett P-20 Collaborative at University of Georgia, Gwinnett Campus in Lawrenceville, GA.
The agenda can be found here.
What Are the Benefits of School System, University, and RESA Partnerships?
By connecting theory and practice, we have teacher candidates who are better prepared for their roles in the classroom. There is also a shared understanding of P-12 school needs, impacting professional learning for all. Reciprocal relationships that are mutually beneficially for everyone and focused on improving student learning is the heartbeat behind P-20 Collaboratives.