Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment
As part of Georgia’s collaborative and intentional focus on equipping educators with knowledge of the Georgia Code of Ethics for Educators, as well as ethical understanding to guide decision making, we announce that registration for the Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment has changed as of April 9, 2020.
Initial teaching candidates must pass the Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment – Program Exit (Test 360) for the Pre-Service certificate, prior to program admission. For information about the deadlines to complete the assessment for admission to teacher education and how to register, please see the link below:
Teacher Education Admission - Georgia Educators Ethics Assessment
Previously, these candidates would have taken the Program Entry version (Test 350). Test takers are no longer able to register for the Program Entry versions (Test 350). Please note the words “program exit” will eventually be dropped from the names of the assessments.
For initial teacher candidates seeking program admission for Summer 2020 and Fall 2020: Test takers who have recently registered for the program entry version ethics assessment, but who have not started the assessment, will be notified that their registration will be transferred to the program exit version.
Test takers who are currently taking or have already taken the program entry version of the ethics assessment, will still need to attempt the program exit version prior to program completion and pass it for certification.
For initial teacher candidates already enrolled (Spring 2020 or earlier): Test takers who are currently enrolled will still need to attempt the program exit version prior to program completion and pass it for certification.
About the Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment:
The Georgia Ethics assessments are training and assessment programs composed of a series of modules that combine instruction and testing. The Georgia Educator Ethics assessment is designed for beginning and currently practicing teachers. The Georgia Ethics for Educational Leadership assessment is designed for educational leaders (principals/assistant principals and superintendents/assistant superintendents). The goal is to help teachers and educational leaders become familiar with, understand, and apply the Georgia Code of Ethics for Educators, as well as comprehend and embrace the principles of ethical decision making in an educational context.
Test takers can access the Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment on their computers or tablet devices anywhere they have Internet access and at any time that is convenient for them. The cost is $30.
Please see the Georgia Educator Ethics Assessment for more detailed information.