Ed Prep Matters: Secondary Math Teacher Candidates Need More Preparation in Statistics
"[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.
Hiller Spires on “Digital Transformation and Innovation in Chinese Education”
Nearly a dozen contributors with ties to the NC State College of Education highlight examples of educational innovation in China in a new book.
Cultivating Young Readers
NC State College of Education faculty are leading literacy initiatives to improve reading education across the nation. Explore their seven evidence-based principles to cultivate young readers.
Spires Named Honorary Principal of China’s Suzhou North America High School
Now in it second year, Suzhou North America High School has about 600 students and 73 teachers from around the world. Professor Hiller Spires helped start the school.
For Summer Research Project, Doctoral Candidate Studied Informal Science Educators in Australia
Megan Ennes, a Ph.D. candidate in STEM Education, learned to be adaptable while conducting research abroad this summer.
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.
New NSF-Funded Project to Improve Student Experiences in STEM
Professor Aaron C. Clark is the co-principal investigator for a project addressing the shortcomings of introductory STEM courses at universities to support the retention, success and engagement of STEM students.
N&O: School Costs Still a Challenge for Families Using Vouchers
The Raleigh News & Observer writes about two new reports on North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship, a publicly funder voucher program, that Assistant Professor Anna Egalite led.
NJ.com: 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.
Penny A. Pasque Joins College as Head of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development
Previously a professor and program area coordinator at the University of Oklahoma, Pasque will provide leadership for the college's nationally-renowned Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development.