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Apr 23, 2021

The Literacy and Community Initiative Annual Reading Celebration

The Literacy and Community Initiative (LCI), a collaboration between the NC State College of Education and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation that partners with community-based organizations to examine and empower youth voices, will hold its 2021 Annual Reading Celebration […]

Apr 19, 2021

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘I Hope to Apply the Knowledge That I Am Learning to Help Young Adults With Their Career Exploration and Goals,’ Says College Counseling and Student Development Graduate Student Sabrina Spencer ’22MED

Growing up in a single parent household, Sabrina Spencer ’22MED witnessed her mother’s tenacity and grit to pursue a career as a middle school teacher. That experience inspired Spencer to want to help others. Pursuing a Master of Education in college counseling and student development, Spencer shares why she chose the NC State College of Education, how education has shaped her and how the college is preparing her for the future.

Apr 12, 2021

PD 560 – METRC: STEM, Literacy, and Black History Month

Experience this PGU during Black History Month at your convenience; access the online resources anytime between February 5 and February 28. Complete a series of tasks, activities, and challenges exploring STEM contributions of African Americans and literature that serves as […]

Apr 1, 2021

How to Promote Culturally and Historically Responsive Teaching during the Current Political Climate

The TELS Diversity and Social Justice Committee presents "How to Promote Culturally and Historically Responsive Teaching during the Current Political Climate" with Gholdy Muhammad, Ph.D.

Mar 30, 2021

It Still Takes a Village: New Scholarship Helps Prepare More Diverse Educators

A new scholarship is helping an increasingly diverse group of educators prepare for increasingly diverse classrooms. Students all across North Carolina will benefit as a result.

Mar 23, 2021

Moment in Time with Doris Derby, Ph.D.: Through the Lens of an American Historian

COMID's Tuesday Together will feature Doris Derby, Ph.D., an educational administrator, documentary photographer and author who has published articles and Civil Rights documentary photographs in books and films. Join us on March 23.

Mar 17, 2021

#WhyIChoseEducation: ‘I Have Always Felt that a Degree in Education Led to a Multitude of Employment Options Even if I Did Not Become a Teacher,’ Says Engineering and Technology Education Doctoral Student Tangie Fleming ‘98, ‘24PHD

The knowledge and skills Tangie Fleming ‘98, ‘24PHD gained from the technology, engineering, and design education program led her to start her own digital and print media consulting company, TGF Consulting, where she has thrived as an education consultant. Now, she is pursuing her Ph.D. in Learning and Teaching in STEM in the engineering and technology education program area of study.

Feb 25, 2021

Culturally Relevant and Affirming Pedagogy: Faculty Perspectives Panel

The College of Education’s Offices of Undergraduate and Graduate Student Success and Advancing Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Task Force are sponsoring a faculty perspectives panel as part of activities around Celebrating Black History Month. Faculty and staff will share their […]

Feb 25, 2021

PD 572 – METRC: African-American Read-In — First Thirty Thursdays

Each year the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors a National African American Read-In encouraging “communities to read together, centering African American books and authors…to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Join METRC on Thursdays […]

Feb 18, 2021

PD 572 – METRC: African-American Read-In — First Thirty Thursdays

Each year the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) sponsors a National African American Read-In encouraging “communities to read together, centering African American books and authors…to make literacy a significant part of Black History Month.” Join METRC on Thursdays […]