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Feb 15, 2024

Educators Learn Strategies, Feel Support at Second N.C. Annual Hispanic/Latino Professional Educators Summit

The NC State College of Education, in collaboration with the N.C. Society of Hispanic Professionals, hosted the second N.C. Annual Hispanic/Latino Professional Educators Summit on Feb. 10. The event allowed educators to explore trends in K-12 education, hear from experts on multilingual learning and network with other educators. 

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Oct 23, 2023

Associate Teaching Professor Cyndi Edgington, Assistant Professors Robin Anderson and Ruby Ellis Will Prepare Pre-service Educators to Teach Mathematics in Diverse Settings Through Grant-funded Project

A group of faculty members in NC State‚Äôs College of Education are hoping to challenge the perception that mathematics teaching and learning is a one-size-fits-all approach through work on a new, grant-funded project. 

Sep 15, 2023

Scholars Gather to Learn About Rural Multilingual Learners at Conference on Rural English Learner Education and Research (CREER) Organized by Goodnight Distinguished Professor in Educational Equity Maria Coady

The first-of-its-kind Conference on Rural English Learner Education and Research (CREER) convened scholars and educators from across the country to identify the state of educational programs, policies and practices for rural multilingual learners and families. The conference also aimed to create a collaborative plan and a national research agenda for this population. 

Jun 20, 2023

iScholar Students Win National Design Competition for Second Time

A group of Durham high school students who are part of the iScholar program have won a national design competition for the second time. 

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Mar 28, 2023

Rural Educators Find Solutions to Support Multilingual Learners

A study led by an NC State researcher found a professional development program helped teachers in a rural school district identify solutions to serve multilingual learners. 

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Aug 24, 2022

Belonging Helps Black, Latino Students Feel Engaged

An NC State study found Black and Latino students were more likely to feel engaged in classes where they felt they belonged.