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The mission of the COEBlog is to relay timely information on semester activities, meetings, workshops, job vacancies, and important communications. It does not accept replies. Each entry (or blog post) will include contact information for the individual you can relay your questions to regarding the topic posted. This will be a very valuable resource to you as you go through your program of study at Armstrong. You are each encouraged to subscribe (using the right hand side that says "Enter your email". It will take you to a different page) to this blog, so you will receive an e-mail anytime we post a new announcement. We will also have some valuable links available to you.

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(November 14, 2017) Join Dr. Brooksher in this last Brown Bag session to review the legal and procedural expectation of the Response to Intervention process (RTI).

Read More Join the Carnegie Writers, Inc. for a conference on the culture of writing!

(November 02, 2017)  The Carnegie Writers, Inc. (CW) will host its 3rd annual conference at Armstrong State University in collaboration with the university's College of Education.

Read More University of South Bohemia | Czech Republic

(October 30, 2017)  Students on this study-abroad trip will visit public schools and interact with teachers, administrators, and students.  Students live on the campus of the University of South Bohemia

Read More Strategies for English Learners

(October 24, 2017)  With the increasing number of English learners across the southeast and Georgia specifically, it is important that all teachers are able to modify their instruction in ways

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