Thomas B. Fordham Institute: Teacher Diversity in North Carolina: Sector Differences in Exposure and Impact Raise Questions About How Benefits Are Felt
A new report finds that student-teacher matching along demographic characteristics has a larger impact on students who attend charter schools. Anna J. Egalite, assistant professor in the Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development at the NC State College of Education, shares three key takeaways from the report.
NC State Education Awarded $7.6M in Research Funding March-May 2019
Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education and its Friday Institute for Educational Innovation were awarded $7,643,909 to support 11 research projects from March 13 to May 15, 2019.
Assistant Professor Anna Egalite Explores the Impact of State-Level Truancy Policies in New Book
Dr. Anna Egalite, an assistant professor of education policy at the NC State College of Education, and her co-authors write about truant students and state-level policy for a chapter in a new book Absent from School co-edited by Michael Gottfried and Ethan Hunt.
NC State Education Receives $7M+ in Research Grants Between July and November 2018
NC State College of Education faculty were awarded $7,029,012 to support 15 research projects from July 2018 to November 2018. Read about the research projects the new grants will fund and how they will enhance education in North Carolina and across the nation.
Egalite Contributes Charter School Research to New Book Examining Role of Federal Government in Education
The NC State Education assistant professor writes about the expansion of charter schools under the Bush and Obama administrations in a new book titled Bush-Obama School Reform: Lessons Learned out this week.
The New York Times: Does Teacher Diversity Matter in Student Learning?
NC State Education researcher Anna Egalite's work on how demographically similar teachers impact student reports of personal effort, happiness in class and motivation in the classroom is cited in a new article for The Upshot, The New York Times' site for analysis of policy and economics.
Education Week: Five Questions About Data Use for School Leaders
NC State Education Assistant Professor Anna Egalite offers five big-picture questions about data use for school leaders to consider as the school year begins in the final entry in a series of guest blog posts for Education Week.
Education Week: School Leaders Can Help Reduce Minority Teacher Turnover
NC State Education Assistant Professor Anna Egalite writes about her new research on the principal's role in reducing turnover among teachers of color in the second of a series of guest blog posts for Education Week.
Education Week: Three Questions About Education Leadership Research
NC State Education Assistant Professor Anna Egalite and Assistant Professor Timothy Drake take on a commonly cited statistic about the impact a principal can have on student achievement by brainstorming three big-picture questions to ask about school leaders in the first of a series of guest blog posts for Education Week.
The 74: Why Diversity Matters
Kevin Mahnken references NC State Education researcher Anna Egalite's work on how the race of teachers impacts student achievement in an article for The 74, a non-profit, non-partisan news site covering education in America.