Education Week: Superintendents Under Fire: The Tricky Calculus of When to Quit
Should superintendents hand over their resignation letters when they become targets of angry calls for removal with little evidence of wrongdoing? It depends. Self-aware superintendents should evaluate if their presence is a distraction or "[inhibits] the ability of other educators—principals, teachers—to effectively do their jobs," NC State College of Education Professor Lance Fusarelli tells Education Week.
Rocky Mount Telegram: Edgecombe Honors Top Principal
Edgecombe County Public Schools has named Matt Smith '14 MSA its 2018-19 Principal of the Year. Smith joined Edgecombe County Early College High School as principal after completing the NC State College of Education's Northeast Leadership Academy.
The Hunt Institute: Lessons from the Field: North Carolina’s NELA Principal Preparation Program in Practice
Jennifer O'Meara and Donnell Cannon, both graduates of NC State Education's Northeast Leadership Academy (NELA) and principals in Edgecomb County, welcomed members of the Hunt Institute’s policy team to their schools to show the transformative work that is underway. The Hunt Institute is currently working on a case study about NELA that will be published later this year.
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.
Meet Jennifer Ayscue: Education Has the Power to Change Lives
“I believe that education has the power to change lives. Schools are extremely important because they provide children and youth with education, and they are also a public institution where people of all different backgrounds have the potential to come together to learn," says the new assistant professor.
NC State College of Education to Host N.C. Principal Fellows Program
The University of North Carolina has announced that the N.C. Principal Fellows Program (NCPFP) will relocate from the UNC System office to NC State University’s College of Education campus in 2019. “NC State is proud to host the North Carolina Principal Fellows Program, collaborating with our partner universities to prepare upcoming generations of educational leaders who will positively impact students across our state,” said NC State Chancellor Randy Woodson.
Grimmett to Receive NC State’s Outstanding Extension Service Award
Associate Professor Marc Grimmett is the recipient of the North Carolina State University College of Education Outstanding Extension Service Award (OESA) for the 2017-18 academic year. Awarded annually, the OESA acknowledges outstanding extension, engagement, and economic development activities by faculty members […]
Quality Leadership Matters Blog: NC State Educational Leadership Academies Helping to Create Stronger Leaders, Schools
NC State College of Education's Northeast Leadership Academy is shaping the future of high-need schools in North Carolina by providing high-quality leaders and innovative approaches to school support. Learn more about the academy in this Quality Leadership Matters Blog report.
Grimmett Receives University of Georgia’s Distinguished Alumnus Award
NC State College of Education Associate Professor Marc Grimmett has received the University of Georgia's Outstanding Educator Award. This honor is one of five Distinguished Alumni Awards bestowed by UGA’s College of Education.
EdNC | Digital Education: Opportunities and Pitfalls
EdNC talks with Lance Fusarelli, professor of educational leadership and policy, about the possibilities and pitfalls of incorporating technology into education in this EdTalk podcast.