Georgia Learning
Resources System

Oconee River
Georgia Youth Science
and Technology Center

Employment Opportunities at Northeast Georgia RESA - Full or Part-Time Employment

Advocating for the SHBP Workshop - Financial Standing, Strategies and Solutions for School Districtions

Your Thoughts Matter - DOE conducts regional feedback sessions at NEGA RESA May 12th

Gifted Infield Endorsement Series - New Offering

Substitute Teacher Training 2013-2014

A Day with the PSC - Certification, Educational Preparation, Ethics and a Whole Lot More!

HB671 Exceptional Children Class - New Class Offering

Eleanor Roosevelt: Godmother to the World - Women in History Program

2014 NEGA Disability Expo & Conference - Saturday, February 1, 2014

Strategies & Techniques for Dealing with Most Difficult to Manage Students - Dr. Gary Alderman returning January 30th & 31st




Northeast Georgia RESA strives to provide exemplary services by working collaboratively with schools and school systems to build and sustain high performing learning cultures that prepare students to be globally competitive.


Northeast Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency (RESA) is a resource team that enhances student achievement through building capacity in staff to lead improvement in schools and school systems, providing Shared Services, and enabling systems to maximize fiscal resources.


Northeast Georgia RESA is ethically bound by and committed to:

  • Working in alignment with Georgia School Standards and RESA Standards.
  • Operating as a professional learning community using RESA team norms as a foundation for all interactions.
  • Using data that are accurate, up-to-date, and research-based to plan strategically with stakeholders based on school and school system needs.
  • Leveraging the expertise and talent of our staff in service to our schools and school systems.
  • Monitoring to ensure the quality of RESA services through the implementation of a comprehensive assessment system.



The Northeast Georgia Transition Team hosted representatives from Athens Technical College and the University of Georgia Regents' Center for Learning Disorders.  Educators, agency representatives, and families learned how to better prepare students with disabilities for the transition from high school to college.


Click on the CCGPS link above to access a wealth of strategies, techniques & resources that can be used to implement the Common Core GPS in your classroom.

Northeast Georgia Regional Educational Service Agency
375 Winter Street
Winterville, GA 30683
706-742-8292/FAX 706-742-8928
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