External news stories featuring people and activities related to the College.
Oct 10, 2017
Of a new partnership to create a teacher pipeline for underserved areas in North Carolina, NC State College of Education Dean Mary Ann Danowitz tells the Raleigh News & Observer: "The question became, what can we do fast to get qualified teachers into the areas with the strongest needs?”
Oct 9, 2017
Community college and university presidents must lead the way in improving transfer student success, NC State College of Education Professor of Practice Robert Templin writes with K. C. Deane in Inside Higher Ed.
Oct 6, 2017
Lenoir County Public Schools is among a group of five public school systems in the state that have joined with the NC State College of Education and The Innovation Project (TIP) to pioneer the first phase of an effort to create a pipeline of teachers for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina.
Sep 29, 2017
Assistant Professor Anna Egalite talks with NPR about a new study she co-authored that provides insight into the way students actually think and feel about the teachers who look like them and those who don't.
Sep 19, 2017
"[T]eacher education programs must rise to the challenge of preparing their graduates to teach statistics," write NC State College of Education Professor Hollylynne S. Lee and Middle Tennessee State Professor Jennifer N. Lovett in a recent article published in the Journal of Teacher Education.
Sep 7, 2017
EdNC talks with Lance Fusarelli, professor of educational leadership and policy, about the possibilities and pitfalls of incorporating technology into education in this EdTalk podcast.
Aug 25, 2017
Enrollment in teaching programs at the University of North Carolina system saw a 16 percent uptick last year. Among the schools with increasing numbers is NC State.
Aug 22, 2017
WRAL talks with several students and faculty members in the NC State College of Education about increases in enrollment in teacher education preparation programs across the UNC System.
Aug 21, 2017
"For us, it’s really about finding passionate, committed young people who want to become teachers," Assistant Dean Michael Maher tells WRAL.
Aug 16, 2017
"The Legislative Long Session in North Carolina this year was, in many ways, a productive one for education, generating a number consequential bills that became law," writes Michael Maher, assistant dean for professional education and accreditation.