Inside Higher Ed: The Transformative Power of Student Voices in the Midst of Racial Injustice
Joy Gaston Gayles, Ph.D., professor of higher education and senior advisor for advancing diversity, equity and inclusion, and Alyssa Rockenbach, Ph.D., Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor, discuss the change-making influence of the work of student activists in the last year, despite the challenges wrought by the pandemic
TEACH Magazine: One Size Does Not Fit All: Financial Literacy for Students with Physical Disabilities
NC State College of Education doctoral student Lisa Lamb discusses financial literacy for students with disabilities in this piece that was originally conceptualized as her final paper in the ECI 709: Critical Theory and Public Engagement class.
Education Week: How the Pandemic Prompted Teachers to Give Students More Flexibility, Choice (in Charts)
Patricia Hilliard, Ph.D., a research scholar at the Friday Institute of Educational Innovation, discusses the ways schools can build off of the successes that emerged from virtual learning.
Education Week: New Teaching Jobs May Emerge With Continued Demand for Virtual Learning
Hiller Spires, Ph.D., executive director of the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation and associate dean in the NC State College of Education, talks about how the COVID-19 pandemic has led to more personalized learning through digital platforms.
EdNC: What My Asian and Asian American Students Want Their Teachers To Know
Jennifer C. Mann, a doctoral student in the NC State College of Education's Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences shares the responses her Asian and Asian American students gave when she asked them, "what do you want your teachers to know?"
118 People Chosen as North Carolina Teaching Fellows
The North Carolina Teaching Fellows Program announced its 118 recipients for this year's class, about 50 of whom will attend the NC State College of Education.
EdNC: Unique Problems, Unique Solutions for Broadband Access in Eastern N.C.
Ray Zeisz, director of the Technology Infrastructure Lab at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, said a diversity of solutions have been implemented through trial and error over the past year, marking a significant increase in urgency around the issue of broadband internet access.
Zippia: Experts Weigh In on Current Job Market Trends
Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, Ph.D., professor and head of the Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences at the NC State College of Education, discusses job market trends in the wake of the pandemic and what skills employers will be looking for […]
EdNC: Creating a Third Space Through Hip-Hop
Ja’Bria Barber, a board certified music therapist who is pursuing a doctoral degree in educational psychology at the NC State College of Education, discusses her experience connecting with and improving the educational experiences of children from non-dominant communities.
WNCT: New Satellite Internet Pilot Program to Connect Students in Two N.C. Counties
Ray Zeisz, director of the Technology Infrastructure Lab at the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, speaks about how the Friday Institute will provide support for a new program that will allow students to access high-speed internet via satellite.