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Hiler Spires at graduation surrounded by students

Oct 24, 2022

Education Week: Third Grade Reading Retention Is Back. Should It Be?

Professor Emerita Hiller Spires discusses ways to make reading retention more effective. 

Students with computer

Oct 14, 2022

WRAL: NC State study: Elementary school kids need more training in safe surfing

A new study from Professor Florence Martin has found a need for more consistent online safety training for elementary school-aged children. 

Oct 12, 2022

WUNC: N.C. State scholarship aims to grow more teachers in eastern North Carolina

N.C. State University has a new scholarship that could help address persistent teacher shortages in eastern North Carolina. 

Oct 10, 2022

Commonwealth Club of California: Experiencing Democracy: Creating a Civic Culture in School

Associate Professor Paula McAvoy was an invited guest for this event focused on creating a civic culture in school. 

Teacher in Classroom

Oct 10, 2022

WRAL: North Carolina’s Proposed Teacher Pipeline Would Be Unique

Assistant Dean Erin Horne and Assistant Professor Lam Pham discuss teacher pay and value-added models and amid a new North Carolina teacher licensure proposal. 

graphic of one student thinking and another student reading a book

Oct 6, 2022

The New York Times: With Online Learning, ‘Let’s Take a Breath and See What Worked and Didn’t Work.’

Based on research, Professor Carla Johnson and her colleagues suggested better teacher training, more equitable access to technology and more support for students to help them work independently during online learning. 

Oct 4, 2022

Assistant Professor Jordan Lukins Selected as Recipient of DELTA Express Grant

NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Jordan Lukins was selected as one of eight DELTA Express Grant recipients. 

An empty classroom

Sep 23, 2022

Harvard Ed Blog: Cultivating Belonging with Students from Refugee Backgrounds

Doctoral student Jennifer C. Mann discusses how teachers can best meet the academic and socio-emotional needs of these students. 

NC State College of Education graduate student Sergio Madera-Garcia

Sep 14, 2022

Sergio Madera-Garcia is Advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion through Community Building and Leadership Development

Sergio Madera-Garcia, a first-year graduate student in the Higher Education Administration program, wants to advance diversity, equity and inclusion by working to make sure everyone has a sense of community… 

NC State College of Education Associate Professor DeLeon Gray helps students on a computer

Sep 8, 2022

WUNC: A researcher’s tips for teachers to foster belonging among students of color