Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment


Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment

Designed for beginning teachers, the Georgia Educator Ethics assessment focuses primarily on scenarios that could occur in the day-to-day life of a teacher in a classroom. It is currently offered at two levels:

  • Program Entry (350)
  • Program Exit (360)

Who Needs to Take This Assessment?

When you must take and complete the assessment varies based on where you are in your professional career as an educator. See Completing the Assessment.

For more information, see eligibility and registration.

Georgia Educator Ethics – Program Entry (350)

  • State-approved traditional educator preparation program candidates (colleges/universities) must complete Program Entry to hold a Pre-service certificate.
  • State-approved non-traditional educator preparation program initial teaching candidates (GaTAPP) must complete Program Entry prior to program admission.
  • Out-of-state initial teaching candidates doing field experiences/clinical practice in Georgia must complete Program Entry to hold a Pre-service certificate.

Georgia Educator Ethics – Program Exit (360)

  • State-approved traditional educator preparation program candidates (colleges/universities) must attempt Program Exit prior to program completion; they must pass Program Exit to hold an Induction certificate.
  • State-approved non-traditional educator preparation program initial teaching candidates (GaTAPP) must pass Program Exit prior to program completion.
  • Out-of-state initial teaching candidates doing field experiences/clinical practice in Georgia must attempt Program Exit prior to program completion.
  • Out-of-state educators seeking certification in Georgia via reciprocity with less than three years of experience must pass Georgia Educator Ethics – Program Exit (360).

What is Included in the Assessment?

See information about the modules that make up the Georgia Educator Ethics assessment.

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