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  • Program working to create a more diverse teacher workforce

    Georgia College's Call Me MISTER program recruits black men and other underrepresented populations to the teaching profession. There are currently seven undergraduate students in the program, which focuses on mentorship, brotherhood and classroom experience.

Georgia College's Call Me MISTER program recruits black men and other underrepresented populations to the teaching profession. There are currently seven undergraduate students in the program, which focuses on mentorship, brotherhood and classroom experience. Video by Georgia College Special to The Telegraph
Georgia College's Call Me MISTER program recruits black men and other underrepresented populations to the teaching profession. There are currently seven undergraduate students in the program, which focuses on mentorship, brotherhood and classroom experience. Video by Georgia College Special to The Telegraph

College program working to ‘change the face of education’

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