Susan Cooke, Director
Angela Fleming, Admin. Assistant
University Hall 242
Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators
It is the policy of the College of Education, effective Fall 2009, any candidate wishing to complete Internship II/Graduate Internship must have passed the appropriate Georgia Assessments for the Certification of Educators (GACE) Content Assessment(s) prior to admission to internship. The purpose of this test is to assess the knowledge and skills of prospective Georgia public school educators. The GACE assessments are aligned with state and national standards for educator preparation and with Georgia Performance Standards for P-12 student curriculum.
Praxis testing in Georgia has been discontinued with the exception of Speech and Language Pathology. For additional information specific on this policy, visit the Georgia Professional Standards Commission assessments web page.
The GACE website offers registration information, fee schedules, and test preparation resources, please click one of the following links:
GACE Content Assessment Information
Applicants for Fall 2013 Internship II /Graduate Internship have two more opportunities to pass GACE content assessments prior to August. GACE content assessments will be administered on the following dates:
March 23, 2013 Regular registration deadline is February 8, 2013
May 4, 2013 Regular registration deadline is April 19, 2013
Please access the GACE web site for registration information.
For students preparing for the GACE Basic Skills and Content assessments, Lane Library has added GACE study guides to our electronic books collection:
GACE study guides are now available online. Link to electronic books from the Lane Library website & search "gace" keyword. The first 29 hits will be study guides for GACE in electronic format! In addition to the basic skills tests, there are study guides for content areas, for example: Middle Grades Language Arts, School Counseling, Biology and Early Childhood Special Education. Currently enrolled students may also access these e-books from off campus, limit is one concurrent user per book.