For over 35 years, Pathways Educational Program has been a vital part of the local school systems' continuum of services for students with severe emotional disorders or autism. Pathways is one of 24 programs in Georgia and together this unique statewide network serves as a model throughout the nation. Pathways provides academic and social emotional instruction based on each child's individual need.
There are 3 center locations that comprise the Pathways Program and each serves 2 or more school districts. It is the goal of our staff to help children be able to become successful and productive members of their schools and communities. Through the hard work of trained teachers, support teachers, social workers, crisis interventionists, behavioral specialists, and other support personnel, over 200 children in this area are working toward the achievement of educational and behavioral goals with the purpose of helping them to return and to succeed in their home school setting.