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Recent News College of Education News
Jan 21, 2022
Assistant Professors Michael Little and Lam Pham Selected to Join 2022 Emerging Education Policy Scholars Cohort
NC State College of Education Assistant Professors Michael Little and Lam Pham have been selected by the Thomas B. Fordham Institute and American Enterprise Institute as Emerging Education Policy Scholars.
Jan 20, 2022
Publication and Presentation Roundup: A Look at Scholarly Work from College of Education Researchers from September-December, 2021
Faculty and research associates at the NC State College of Education, including its Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research and Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, are publishing their research…
Jan 14, 2022
Assistant Professors Michael Little and Timothy Drake Aim to Enhance Pre-K Through 3rd Grade Principal Practice with Grant-funded Project
Assistant Professors Michael Little and Timothy Drake are laying the groundwork to improve Pre-K through third grade principal practice through a one-year, $75,000 grant from the Belk Foundation.