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Georgia Southern University

Georgia Southern University

2003

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Southern Educator Jan 2003

Southern Educator

Southern Educator

  • New Student Convocation
  • COE Soaring into Action
  • Welcome New Faculty and Staff
  • Xalapa Teachers Program
  • Georgia Southern at Oxford
  • Southern Educator Class Roll
  • The College of Education Memorial Scholarship
  • 15th Annual National Youth-At-Risk Conference
  • “Highly Qualified” Teachers A Focus of No Child Left Behind
  • Garbarino to present And Words Can Hurt Forever
  • News from the Field
  • Georgia Center for Education Renewal


Faculty Handbook, Georgia Southern University Jan 2003

Faculty Handbook, Georgia Southern University

Faculty Handbooks

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Georgia Southern University's Mentoring Administrators Program: A Program Evaluation, Gina Gibbs Williams Jan 2003

Georgia Southern University's Mentoring Administrators Program: A Program Evaluation, Gina Gibbs Williams

Legacy ETDs

High stakes accountability in education has changed nearly everything in school leadership. In the past, principals were expected to simply hold school each day with classes running smoothly and in an orderly fashion. Rising expectations have prompted state legislatures across the United States to implement high stakes accountability systems that hold schools responsible for student achievement. The responsibility for raising student achievement rests student achievement. The responsibility for raising student achievement rests one way to cultivate and make ready new administrators for the challenges that they will face as they begin their careers.

The purpose of this study was to ...