GEA The Graduate Education Association disseminates information regarding different programs in the School of Education and in other units of the University; promotes better communication among graduate students, faculty, and administration of the School of Education; represents the graduate students of the School of Education at official functions and on committees of William & Mary; assists graduate students with such matters as the provision of a limited number of mini-grants which provide reimbursements to cover transportation, lodging, and conference registration fees; provides for an exchange of ideas among scholars of various fields; promotes social activities for its members; and adjudicates student honor code infractions. All graduate students in the School of Education who have been admitted to a program and/or are enrolled in one or more classes are members.
General (K-12) Administration The Ph.D. program provide initial preparation and continuing education for those who wish to serve in leadership positions in PK-12 educational programs. Graduates are prepared intellectually, personally and professionally to provide service to diverse communities through skillful leadership.
GI Bill® Education Benefits With the new Post-9/11 GI Bill®, there are more questions than ever about how veterans can and should use their VA benefits. There are two government resources available for you if you have questions: 1-888-GI-BILL-1 and the GI Bill® website.
Gifted Education, Center for The Center for Gifted Education, a research and development center, provides services to educators, policy makers, graduate students, researchers, parents and students in support of the needs of gifted and talented individuals.
Giving Gifts to the School of Education help advance its commitment to teaching, research and service.
Graduate Admission What a wonderful time to pursue or advance your career in education! Never has there been greater need for effective professionals as the nation struggles to educate increasing numbers of students at all levels—students who are more diverse and bring more complex needs than ever before and who must acquire higher level skills to compete in today’s global society.