Applications Open for Joint UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State Lateral Entry Teacher Program
Pathway to Practice NC, an 100 percent online program, will help North Carolina address its growing teacher shortage.
NC State Education Welcomes Largest Incoming Group of Students Since 2010
The NC State College of Education will open the 2017-18 academic year Wednesday, Aug. 16, with an expected 485 new students -- its largest incoming group of undergraduate and graduate students in at least seven years.
Ph.D. Candidate Brian A. Peters: Overseas Summer School Will Make Me a Better Scholar
A week studying “Higher Education and Social Equality” overseas is helping Ph.D. candidate Brian A. Peters conduct research that is more inclusive and connected to global academic discussions.
Inside Higher Ed: Training the Community College Leader
The College of Education is helping solve the community college leadership pipeline problem amid broader shift in focus of doctoral training programs.
#NCStateCEDSummer | How Culture and Education Interact in the Big Easy
Eight undergraduate College of Education students went on a cultural immersion trip to New Orleans to see how culture influences public education and understand how Hurricane Katrina affected local schools.
Leadership in Public Science: Meet K.C. Busch
Incoming Assistant Professor of Science Education and Leadership in Public Science cluster member K.C. Busch’s work examines how climate change is communicated in educational settings and what motivates young people to take action on this issue.
A Day in METRC
Before METRC closed for summer renovations, we followed a group of elementary education majors who spent a class learning about METRC’s resources and how to use them in their lessons.
Enhancing Student Teaching through International Travel
After student teaching in local classrooms for 10 weeks, 11 seniors spent five weeks in classrooms in China. There, the students say, they developed a deeper sense of cultural awareness and competence that will help them better reach their future students.