Aug 23, 2017  |  Academics and Programs

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.

Aug 21, 2017  |  Our People

10 Reasons Why We Chose the NC State College of Education

A few of our new undergraduate and graduate students share why they chose the NC State College of Education and the education field.

Aug 18, 2017  |  Research and Impact

Research Explores How Private Schools, Families Make Voucher Decisions

A third report by NC State College of Education researchers about the North Carolina Scholarship Opportunity Program -- a publicly-funded voucher program -- highlights student demographic and income information.

Aug 16, 2017

Ed Prep Matters: The Key to Good Policy Making? Collaboration and Compromise

"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.

Aug 15, 2017  |  Academics and Programs

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.

Aug 14, 2017  |  Community and Engagement

How to Enhance Learning Over the Summer

A group from the NC State College of Education spent six weeks in June, July and August working to prevent summer learning loss among children in East Durham -- and learning how to be effective teachers.

Aug 7, 2017  |  Our People

Ph.D. Candidate Starts STEM Summer Camp to Empower Children, Teens in Foster Care

Drawing on his own experiences as a kid who lived in a group home and as a teacher, Daniel Kelly has started a summer camp that connects kids in the foster care system with STEM fields.

Aug 5, 2017  |  Community and Engagement

Robert Q. Berry: Think of Math as a Social Endeavor

The president-elect of the National Council on Teaching Mathematics encouraged 900 teachers in the Triangle to see themselves as identity builders during the NC State Triangle High Five Math Summit Aug. 2-3.

Jul 13, 2017  |  Community and Engagement

12 Things We Learned at the Beginning Teacher Institute We’re Applying to Our Classrooms

Get a Google phone number and 11 other tips and ideas from a few of the 185 teachers who attended the Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13.

Jul 13, 2017  |  In the News Does Wearing Lab Coats in Class Inspire Young Scientists? Research Team Finding Out

Professors Gail Jones and Sarah Carrier are part of a research team studying whether wearing a white lab coat influences how elementary school students think about science.