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NC State College of Education Professor Lance Fusarelli discusses how principals can provide effective leadership during difficult times.

Nov 22, 2021

How Can School Principals Provide Effective Leadership During Difficult Times? By Practicing the ‘Three C’s,’ Says Professor Lance Fusarelli

NC State College of Education Professor Lance Fusarelli likens school principals to captains of a ship: responsible for everything that occurs under their watch. This responsibility comes with unique challenges that have been exacerbated by issues like the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. 

Memorial Belltower

Oct 26, 2021

NC State College of Education Awarded $6.8 Million in Research Funding From July-September 2021

Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education, including the Belk Center for Community College Leadership and Research and the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, were awarded $6,865,526 to support nine projects from July 1 through Sept. 30, 2021. 

NC State College of Education Professor Bonnie Fusarelli

Oct 20, 2021

$4.5 Million Grant Will Help College of Education’s Innovative, Award-winning Principal Preparation Program Prepare More School Leaders

The NC State College of Education will be able to continue preparing future school leaders for high-needs schools through $4.5 million in funding for its innovative principal preparation program through the NC Principal Fellows Program. 

NC State College of Education Distinguished Professors Lance Fusarelli and Hollylynne Lee

Oct 11, 2021

Lance Fusarelli and Hollylynne Lee Named Professors of Distinction

Lance Fusarelli, professor of educational leadership and policy, and Hollylynne Lee, professor of mathematics and statistics education, have been selected as professors of distinction at NC State University. 

Sep 13, 2021

Education Week: Principals Bear the Brunt of Parental Anger, Staff Fatigue as COVID Drags On

NC State College of Education Professor Lance Fusarelli, Ph.D., some of the challenges school leaders have faced amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and how support can help. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Apr 8, 2020

Paper Co-authored by College of Education Faculty, Presented by Doctoral Student Daniela Barriga Wins 1st Place Award at International Conference on School Choice and Reform

Daniela Barriga, a second-year doctoral student, was initially nervous about presenting a paper she co-authored with several College of Education members at the International Conference on School Choice and Reform, but the paper ultimately won the first place prize and will soon be published in a special edition of the Journal of School Choice. 

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

Mar 26, 2020

$3.75M Grant Will Help Train New Cohorts of School Leaders Through Innovative Principal Preparation Program

The NC State College of Education is one of only five universities in the nation whose principal preparation program is recognized as exemplary by the University Council for Educational Administration. A $3.75 million grant will allow the college to prepare two new cohorts of school leaders through this innovative program. 

New wolf statue on central campus.

Mar 25, 2020

NC State College of Education Awarded $13.2M in Research Funding January-March 2020

Faculty and researchers at the NC State College of Education, including the Friday Institute for Educational Innovation, were awarded $13,260,745 to support 10 projects from Jan. 24 through March 24, 2020. 

Lance Fusarelli

Aug 21, 2019

The Hechinger Report: States Increasingly Extend Charter-Like Flexibility to District Schools

Lance Fusarelli, Ph.D., professor and director of graduate programs in NC State College of Education's Department of Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development, gives his input on the flexibility of charter schools.  

A photo of Broward County Superintendent Robert Runcie by Lynne Sladky/AP

Mar 15, 2019

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.