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Institute for Higher Education (IHE)
Meigs Hall, Athens, GA 30602
The mission of the UGA Institute for Higher Education is to enhance postsecondary education. It offersMore a PhD in higher education research and policy studies and an education degree (EdD) in administration and professional practice. The institute is housed in Meigs Hall on north campus near Broad Street.
East Athens Educational Dance Center
390 McKinley Dr, Athens, GA 30601
East Athens Educational Dance Center is a part of Athens-Clarke County Unified Government. East Athens Educational DanceMore Center offers dance classes and performance opportunities for dancers both young and old. This center has a support group called PRIDE, Parent Reinforcement in Dance Education.
Institute for Continuing Legal Education
248 Prince Ave, Athens, GA 30601
ICLE offers courses and seminars for continuing education for lawyers. It offers CLE credits via seminars, sateliteMore lectures, online components, publications and video rentals.
College of Education - University of Georgia
110 Carlton St, Athens, GA 30602
UGA's College of Education offers degrees in the field of education, an interdisciplinary branch of the socialMore sciences conducting research into such aspects of education as school curriculum, policy, and administration. The college, which is housed in Aderhold Hall on Carlton Drive on the university's south campus, also trains and certifies teachers with regard to optimal methods of instruction. For much more information, click here.
Institute on Human Development and Disability - University of Ge
850 College Station Rd, Athens, GA 30605
UGA's Institute on Human Development and Disability helps people with disabilities achieve a better quality ofMore life. The IHDD also works to educate the public about the potential all people have to make a contribution to society. The institute has been officially designated a University Center for Excellence in Disability Research, Education and Service.
Adult Education Department of Athens Technical College
449 Dearing Ext, Athens, GA 30606

The Adult Education Department of Athens Technical College provides GED preparation class, GED testing and WorkplaceMore Education classes for employees of area businesses and industry.

GED preparation classes are free and open to the public. Academic subjects are taught at the secondary level to prepare students to take and pass the GED.

The GED testing schedule varies widely and you must check online for dates and times.

The Workplace Education classes can be given on site or at other locations. Workplace Education classes can include basic or advanced reading and math, GED preparation, English as a Second Language classes or specific academic training needed for employment.

Athens Latino Center for Education and Services
165 E Dougherty St, Athens, GA 30601
The Athens Latino Center for Education and Services offers individuals and groups classes in English, Spanish, music andMore GED preparation. Basic tutoring areas include grammar, writing, conversation, vocabulary, reading, pronunciation and more.
Northeast Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA)
375 Winter St, Winterville, GA 30683
In 1966, the Georgia State Board of Education set policies that enabled sharing of instructional services betweenMore existing school systems and so allowed the creation of Regional Educational Service Agencies (RESA). RESAs are intended to improve the effectiveness of member school systems by allowing them to share services that are not feasible for a single system to provide. Northeast Georgia RESA has thirteen member systems: Barrow County, Clarke County, Commerce City, Elbert County, Greene County, Jackson County, Jefferson City, Madison County, Morgan County, Oconee County, Oglethorpe County, Social Circle City and Walton County.
Sandy Creek Nature Center
205 Old Commerce Rd, Athens, GA 30607
The Sandy Creek Nature Center is a large area of natural land open to the public as a recreational and educationalMore space. It features more than four miles of trails through woodlands and wetlands, as well as connections to the North Oconee River Greenway and Cook's Trail. The visitor center features a variety of programs and activities for families and kids, including aquariums, interactive exhibits and a library, all in one eco-friendly building. Summer camps, teen programs and wildlife- and ecology-based educational programs are also hosted here.