Applications Open for Joint UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State Lateral Entry Teacher Program
Pathway to Practice NC, an 100 percent online program, will help North Carolina address its growing teacher shortage.
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.
10 Reasons Why We Chose the NC State College of Education
A few of our new undergraduate and graduate students share why they chose the NC State College of Education and the education field.
Research Explores How Private Schools, Families Make Voucher Decisions
A third report by NC State College of Education researchers about the North Carolina Scholarship Opportunity Program -- a publicly-funded voucher program -- highlights student demographic and income information.
New NSF-Funded Project to Improve Student Experiences in STEM
Professor Aaron C. Clark is the co-principal investigator for a project addressing the shortcomings of introductory STEM courses at universities to support the retention, success and engagement of STEM students.
NC State Education Welcomes Largest Incoming Group of Students Since 2010
The NC State College of Education will open the 2017-18 academic year Wednesday, Aug. 16, with an expected 485 new students -- its largest incoming group of undergraduate and graduate students in at least seven years.
In Namibia, Student Learns How to Teach Tech Skills Without Internet Access
Student Madison Weidner volunteered in Namibia this summer, and it’s helping her become a more culturally competent educator.
Ph.D. Candidate Starts STEM Summer Camp to Empower Children, Teens in Foster Care
Drawing on his own experiences as a kid who lived in a group home and as a teacher, Daniel Kelly has started a summer camp that connects kids in the foster care system with STEM fields.
Robert Q. Berry: Think of Math as a Social Endeavor
The president-elect of the National Council on Teaching Mathematics encouraged 900 teachers in the Triangle to see themselves as identity builders during the NC State Triangle High Five Math Summit Aug. 2-3.
N&O: School Costs Still a Challenge for Families Using Vouchers
The Raleigh News & Observer writes about two new reports on North Carolina's Opportunity Scholarship, a publicly funder voucher program, that Assistant Professor Anna Egalite led.