NC State College of Education Board Announces $90,000 Challenge
The members of the NC State College of Education Board have issued the $90,000 Challenge to celebrate the founding of the school 90 years ago. The Board will give up to $90,000 to support students and programs across the college if alumni, faculty, staff, students and friends join them in celebrating the college’s 90th anniversary by engaging in up to three activities.
90 Years of NC State Education
The NC State College of Education began in 1927-28. Since then, we’ve led the way in North Carolina in transforming lives, schools and communities. Explore what makes us extraordinary and how you can help us celebrate our 90 years.
“The Public School Advantage” Authors to Discuss Their Book at NC State Feb. 21
Authors and researchers Christopher A. Lubienski and Sarah Theule Lubienski will lead a discussion about their book “The Public School Advantage: Why Public Schools Outperform Private Schools” at NC State University Wednesday, Feb. 21.
Terrell Strayhorn to Speak on “Why Sense of Belonging Matters So Much for Black Students at White Institutions” Feb. 15
Terrell Strayhorn, Ph.D., the CEO and founder of Do Good Work Consulting, will speak on “Why Sense of Belonging Matters So Much for Black Students at White Institutions: Historical Contexts & Recent Survey Findings” Thursday, Feb. 15, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. in Poe 512.
Ajaya Jonas Joins NC State Education as Coordinator for Global Programs
Ajaya Jonas has joined the NC State College of Education as the coordinator for global programs, effective Feb. 1. She will be responsible for the integration and development of the college's global efforts with its teaching, research and innovation initiatives.
Inside Higher Ed: Liberal Indoctrination? Not So Much
A study that Associate Professor Alyssa Rockenbach helped lead counters widely held views about how students' political views change when they arrive in college.
CAEP Voices (Video): Maher and Monaco on Accreditation & Educator Preparation Goals
Assistant Dean for Professional Education and Accreditation Michael Maher and Director of Knowledge Management Malina Monaco share their insights about achieving CAEP Accreditation and aligning NC State's educator preparation goals with the process.
The Conversation: Does College Turn People into Liberals?
A new study by a group of academic researchers that includes Professor of Higher Education Alyssa N. Rockenbach reveals that students gain an appreciation for views across the political spectrum during their first year in college.
Registration Open for Friday Institute’s Free Online Professional Development Courses for Educators
Registration has opened for six free online professional development courses for educators that the NC State College of Education's Friday Institution for Educational Innovation is offering this spring. Courses cover the content spectrum, from digital-age problem solving to reading foundations. Though the courses will begin Feb. 5, enrollment is ongoing
NC State Education’s Online Graduate Programs Ranked No. 15 in Nation
The NC State College of Education is the highest ranked school of education in North Carolina in U.S. News’ 2018 edition of Best Online Graduate Education Programs. NC State Education’s rankings in the category also jumped 14 spots over the previous year.