NC State Education Continues to Move Up in U.S. News Ranking, Now No. 45 in Nation
For the third straight year, the NC State College of Education has moved up in the U.S. News’ rankings, hitting a new high at No. 45 in the nation in the latest edition released March 12. This is a jump of 14 spots since the 2017 edition. The college was also was ranked No. 22 in the nation in the Educational Administration and Supervision speciality category for its outstanding principal preparation program.
Education Matters: Is N.C. Providing Access to Quality Public Education?
Education Matters host Keith Poston talks to Melody Chalmers, principal of E.E. Smith High School in Fayetteville, about addressing equity in public education and how she works with the Governor’s Commission on Access to Sound Basic Education to meet the needs of all students in the state. Chalmers is a student in the NC State College of Education's educational administration and supervision doctoral program.
Doctoral Student Selected for Notre Dame’s Reform Leaders Summit
Troy K. Weaver, a doctoral student in educational administration and supervision, will participate in a prestigious fellowship program that prepares a new generation of school leaders.