NC State College of Education

Dec 17, 2019

1st Group of Pathway to Practice NC Completers Earn Teaching Licensures as Program Expands

Pathway to Practice NC, a 100% online teacher licensure program aimed at helping North Carolina address its growing teacher shortage, launched in October 2017. Since its inception, the program has had 12 teachers earn full teacher licensure, while another 86 residency-licensed teachers from across the state are currently enrolled.

Dec 3, 2019

12 Science Education Pre-Service Student Teachers Present at the 2019 North Carolina Science Teacher Association Share-A-Thon

Twelve pre-service student teachers from the NC State College of Education’s science education programs presented at Share-A-Thon, a part of the North Carolina Science Teacher Association (NCSTA) annual professional development institute in Winston-Salem, N.C.

Nov 21, 2019

Two Elementary Education Students Awarded Office of Undergraduate Research Travel Grant to Present at National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention

Katie Cipully ’20 and Alix Howard ’20 have been awarded a $500 travel grant from the Office of Undergraduate Research to present at the 2019 National Council of Teachers of English Annual Convention in Baltimore, Md.

Oct 28, 2019

SAY Students Serve Youth in Underserved Communities During Fall Break Trip to Charleston

Twelve first- and second-year students from the NC State College of Education’s Students Advocating for Youth (SAY) Village traveled to Charleston, S.C., to work with underserved youth in communities around the area during Fall Break.

Apr 16, 2019

Wake STEM Early College High School Named Best Secondary Magnet School in the US

The Magnet Schools of America has named Wake STEM Early College High School — a joint program between the NC State College of Education and Wake County Public School System — the best secondary magnet school in the nation. The school was named a Magnet School of Excellence by the same organization earlier this year.

Apr 4, 2019

10 Reasons Why We Chose Graduate Studies at the NC State College of Education

The NC State College of Education held its first Graduate Student Appreciation Week April 1-5. Over the past few months, we have engaged with a number of graduate students who have shared with us why they chose to pursue their advanced degrees at NC State Education. Here’s what they said.