To get a better grasp of children’s health, College of Education Human Development doctoral student Elgin Andrews is working with After-School All-Stars Atlanta — a program run by the Department of Kinesiology and Health that provides comprehensive after-school programs for at-risk students in the metro Atlanta area — to study how curriculum and policy can be geared toward urban youth to increase their overall health.
CREST-Ed’s primary goal is to increase the number of highly qualified teachers who are committed to high need schools, particularly in urban and rural settings.
- Adult Literacy Research Center
- Institutional Review Board (IRB)
- Intent to Submit an Internal GSU Grant
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