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New wolf statue on central campus.

Jul 15, 2021

Diverse Issues in Higher Education: Coordinating University and Religious Calendars: An Inclusive Practice

Kelsey Oberbroeckling, a graduate student in the College of Education's higher education administration program, discusses the importance of university leaders considering non-Christian holidays when building their academic calendars to promote inclusivity. 

Jul 12, 2021

Stanford Graduate School of Education: Is Now the Time to Revolutionize School?

NC State College of Education professor Glenn Kleiman, Ph.D., outlines the main levers to change school systems for the better. 

Belk Center Executive Director and NC State College of Education Alumni Distinguished Graduate Professor Audrey Jaeger

Jul 6, 2021

Business North Carolina: N.C. Nonprofit, Endowment Push Adults to Complete Degrees

Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research Audrey Jaeger, Ph.D., is part of the Better Skills, Better Jobs initiative, an ambitious pilot program with five community colleges this summer to recruit adult learners to enroll in the colleges for the fall semester. 

NC State College of Education Professor Paola Sztajn and her book, Activating Math Talk

Jun 18, 2021

Teaching Math Teaching: Paola Sztajn and Dan Heck: Activating Math Talk

NC State College of Education Professor Paola Sztajn, Ph.D., and Dan Heck discuss their new book, Activating Math Talk, 11 Purposeful Techniques for Your Elementary Students. 

A principal with students at a public school in North Carolina.

Jun 7, 2021

Education Week: How the Pandemic Is Already Changing Principal-Prep Programs

Lesley Wirt, Ph.D., the associate director of principal preparation in the NC State College of Education, discusses how the Master of School Administration is able to be diverse and affordable to participants.  

A Map showing Tier 1 and Tier 2 counties in North Carolina

Jun 4, 2021

NC Policy Watch: Charitable Grant Seeks to Transform Eastern North Carolina Through Teachers

The NC State College of Education will use a $7.25 million charitable grant from Raleigh-based Anonymous Trust to create the Transformational Scholarships Program. 

Map of North Carolina

Jun 2, 2021

North Carolina Network of Grantmakers: With $7.25M Charitable Grant from Anonymous Trust, NC State’s College of Education to Launch Transformational Scholarships Program to Prepare 100 Teachers for Eastern NC

NC State’s College of Education has received a $7.25 million charitable grant from the Anonymous Trust to establish the Transformational Scholarships Program and prepare 100 teachers for counties in Eastern North Carolina with fewer resources but greater needs. 

Professor Jessica DeCuirt-Gunby

Jun 2, 2021

Zippia: Predicting the Future of the Job Market

NC State College of Education Professor and Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences Head Jessica DeCuir-Gunby, Ph.D., discusses the biggest changes that will be seen in the job market for graduates following the COVID-19 pandemic.  

Map of North Carolina

Jun 2, 2021

EdNC: More Than $7 Million Will Help NC State Prepare Teachers

The Anonymous Trust is giving $7.25 million to North Carolina State University’s College of Education for a scholarship program that the college will use to prepare teachers for Eastern North Carolina classrooms. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Jun 2, 2021

EdNC: Rethinking The Concept of COVID-19 Learning Loss

Jennifer C. Mann, a doctoral student in the NC State College of Education’s Department of Teacher Education and Learning Sciences, discusses how educators can approach literacy by drawing on the experiences…