Master’s of Education Administration Program – Chemonics International

To build the skills of the education workforce in Georgia’s decentralized system, USAID’s Education Management Project (EMP) helped Ilia State University (ISU) design and launch a masters’ program in education administration. The project established partnerships between professors from UCLA and ISU, whereby UCLA experts assisting Georgian professors in developing curricula and syllabi and trained ISU faculty in lesson planning, interactive teaching strategies, and incorporating outside resources into instruction.

During the life of the project 145 students enrolled in the project and 64 had graduated from the program by the end of the project, and over 90 percent of graduates secured jobs in the education sector.

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