What is the Cherokee Rose Writing Project?
"The Cherokee Rose Writing Project is located on the campus of the University of West Georgia serving educators, parents, students, and communities of mid-west Georgia. Our name, Cherokee Rose Writing Project (CRWP) is descriptive of the region and invokes close associations with the land of mid-west Georgia. The Cherokee Rose, our state flower, metaphorically symbolizes not only new beginnings from the blooms in spring and summer but evokes the rich history of the indigenous people who originally inhabited this area. Accordingly, we expect CRWP to provide a strong framework for dialogue upon which educators in schools and districts with diverse needs will strengthen collegiality with ingenuity and flexibility."
Cherokee Writing Project1
601 Maple Street - Education Annex
Carrollton, Georgia 30118