Wolfpack WORKS Meetings Help Prepare Administrators for Second Year
Wolfpack WORKS is expanding as the project enters its second year. Co-principal investigator Ann Harrington explains the plan to provide support for more teachers as well as school administrators.
Education Week: North Carolina Awards $12M Grant to Improve Literacy Instruction
The three-year, $12.3 million grant, awarded to the NC State College of Education's Wolfpack WORKS literacy initiative, will provide additional training in teaching literacy to all first-, second- and third-year K-2 teachers in 16 high-needs school districts in North Carolina.
NC State Education Awarded $14.4M in Research Funding January-March 2019
Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education and its Friday Institute for Educational Innovation were awarded $14,456,357 to support eight research projects in the first quarter of 2019.
N&O: NC State Gets $12M from N.C. to Help Elementary School Students Read Better
The NC State College of Education's Wolfpack WORKS literacy initiative received a three-year, $12.26 million grant from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction, which will allow the initiative to expand its work of training beginning K-2 teachers in 16 North Carolina school districts to include all third-year K-2 teachers in those districts. The new grant is the largest the college's faculty has received since records have been kept.
WRAL: NC State Receives Record-Breaking $12M Grant to Help Teachers Improve Students’ Reading Skills
The NC State College of Education's Wolfpack WORKS literacy initiative will expand its support to beginning K-2 teachers and continue to improve early literacy outcomes in North Carolina using a new three-year, $12.2 million grant from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction. The three-year timeline allows the Wolfpack WORKS team to evaluate the program’s impact on participating teachers’ early literacy knowledge and practice as well as their students’ reading achievement in the short- and long-term.
Technician: Wolfpack WORKS Literacy Initiative Gets $12.2M Grant
The NC State College of Education's Wolfpack WORKS literacy initiative will use a new three-year, $12.2 million grant from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction to extend its support to third-year K-2 teachers in partner school districts and hire additional literacy coaches to increase the reach of the initiative to more than 240 teachers across North Carolina.
Wolfpack WORKS Receives $12.2M Grant from DPI to Improve Early Literacy Across NC
The NC State College of Education’s Wolfpack WORKS literacy initiative has received a three-year, $12,266,816 grant from the N.C. Department of Public Instruction to expand its support of beginning K-2 teachers and improve early literacy outcomes across North Carolina. Started in summer 2018 and now in its pilot year, Wolfpack WORKS has worked with over 170 first- and second-year K-2 teachers in 16 high-need school districts in North Carolina to help them improve early literacy instruction. With the new grant, Wolfpack WORKS will continue for at least three more years and expand its support to include third-year K-2 teachers.
7 Strategies For Preventing Summer Learning Loss
NC State College of Education faculty recommend seven ways to keep children’s minds and bodies active during school breaks. The easy-to-implement strategies help students continue to develop and retain science, math and reading knowledge gained in the classroom.
Through Reading Methods Course, Graduate Students “Giving Hope” to Hispanic Families Facing Language Barriers
Through Ann Harrington’s Reading Methods course and a partnership with the Hispanic Family Center, graduate students in the NC State College of Education are tutoring children who need extra reading support this semester. During the process, the graduate students are building their expertise in reading instruction while giving hope to families facing multiple challenges.
WRAL.com: Enrollment Up in UNC System Teaching Programs
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.