Preparing Extraordinary Educators to Make an Extraordinary Impact
Extraordinary educators prepare at the NC State College of Education. Here, over 1,700 students study across 60-plus degree programs that equip them to be leaders who champion the educational success of all students and who rate among the best educators in North Carolina.
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Honoring and Remembering Chantal Warfield ’19
Chantal Warfield, a May 2019 NC State College of Education graduate who died Thursday, Oct. 31, will be remembered and memorialized during a visitation, Omega Omega Ceremony, and Memorial Service on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at Lea Funeral Home Chapel.
[Video] WRAL-TV: Celebrating Teachers, Honoring NC State College of Education Alumni
Do you remember your favorite teacher? The NC State College of Education celebrated them the night of Monday, Oct. 21, 2019, during its first EdTalks: A Celebration of K-12 Education, attended by over 600. Watch WRAL-TV's recap of the event.
Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Study Finds College Students Build Friendships that Bridge Divides
A new study co-authored by Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Alyssa N. Rockenbach finds that college students who build diverse friendships are likely to develop positive attitudes towards all world views.
NC State: Home to Largest Teaching Fellows Cohort in N.C.
The NC State College of Education welcomed 54 new students to its North Carolina Teaching Fellows program this fall -- the largest entering cohort in the state. These new fellows join 20 other NC State students who composed the first cohort of Teaching Fellows at NC State since state legislators re-established the program in 2018. With 74 total Teaching Fellows, NC State is home to the largest group of Teaching Fellows in North Carolina, which is more than double the size of the next school.
Author, Poet and Literacy Advocate Pat Mora: Bookjoy is the Work of Teachers
"It’s our job [as educators] to get [students] excited with books and excited about bookjoy," said author, poet and literacy advocate Pat Mora during a talk and book signing hosted by the NC State College of Education Sept. 17. "I would argue it’s some of the most important work that needs to be done in this country, especially right now, because the competition from the web is so intense."
Pathway to Practice NC Accepting Applications for Elementary Education, Special Education Teacher Licensure Programs
Pathway to Practice NC, an online teacher licensure joint program offered by the NC State College of Education and UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education, is now accepting applications from teachers interested in becoming fully licensed to teach in elementary education or special education.
Join Us for EdTalks: A Celebration of K-12 Education Oct. 21
Register to attend EdTalks: A Celebration of K-12 Education Oct. 21. Local leaders and celebrities -- including NC State Women's Basketball Coach Wes Moore and 2018 N.C. Teacher of the Year Freebird McKinney -- deliver short TED-style talks about how their K-12 education has impacted their lives. Also help us celebrate NC State College of Education alumni who have received national, state and district-wide awards in 2018-19 for their work in K-12 schools. WRAL-TV Anchor Debra Morgan will be our emcee, and students who attend A.B. Combs Magnet Elementary School will provide the entertainment.
EdNC: What We Have Learned About North Carolina Community Colleges by Hitting the Road
"We’re excited that the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research at NC State is doubling down on the support we provide to those who lead (and aspire to lead) community colleges," writes John M. Belk Endowment Board Chair MC Belk Pilon in a perspective piece for EdNC.