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Sep 22, 2023

Book Co-edited by Associate Professor Chad Hoggan Examines Transformative Civic Education

A new book co-edited by NC State College of Education Associate Professor Chad Hoggan examines the role that civic education plays in different communities and how transformative education can help learners become co-shapers of their worlds. 

Alcedos Vanterpool

Sep 21, 2023

Say Hello to Our 2023 Incoming Class

Alcedos Vanterpool is one of the 2,767 new graduate students at NC State. Inspired by his own journey in higher education — and in tribute to his mother — Vanterpool is pursuing his Ph.D. in educational leadership, policy and human development, with a concentration in higher education opportunity, equity and justice. 

Sep 19, 2023

‘Teaching is the Backbone of Humanity:’ Gen Z on the Teaching Profession

On Monday, Sept. 18, NC State's College of Education and The News & Observer hosted a panel discussion called Gen Z on the Teaching Profession in the Talley Student Union on NC State's campus. 

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. 

A photo of Jayla Moody Marshall, smiling

Sep 14, 2023

Doctoral Student Jayla Moody Marshall Elected to ASHE’s Council for Ethnic Participation Executive Committee

Jayla Moody Marshall, a doctoral student in the NC College of Education's Ph.D. in Educational Leadership, Policy, and Human Development higher education opportunity, equity, and justice concentration, has been elected to serve as the graduate student representative on the Association for the Study of Higher Education's Council for Ethnic Participation Executive Committee. 

Jazhar Fields

Sep 13, 2023

N&O: NC Schools Have More Than 3,500 Teaching Vacancies. How Can the State Get More Teachers?

Jahzar Fields could have majored in business administration, psychology or any of a number of fields he had considered to get a high-paying job after he graduates from NC State University. Instead, Fields is an education major who plans to return to the Wilmington area to teach in a high-needs school to inspire other Black young people. 

Tom Williams

Sep 11, 2023

2023 Friday Medal Awarded to North Carolina Educational Leader Tom Williams

he Friday Institute for Educational Innovation has selected Tom Williams, president of Strategic Educational Alliances, Inc., to receive its 2023 Friday Medal award. 

Sylvia Nassar, Ph.D., professor of Counselor Education at the NC State College of Education

Sep 8, 2023

Book Edited by Professor Sylvia Nassar Addresses Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Arab Americans

NC State College of Education Professor Sylvia Nassar serves as the lead editor and author of two chapters in the second edition of Biopsychosocial Perspectives on Arab Americans: Culture, Development, and Health. 

Student on a laptop.

Sep 8, 2023

Award-Winning Book Chapter Authored by Assistant Professor Ela Castellanos-Reyes Highlights How Latin American Educators Leveraged Free Tools During Remote Learning

A book chapter authored by NC State College of Education Assistant Professor Ela Castellanos-Reyes has been awarded the Association for Educational Communications and Technology’s Culture, Learning and Technology Division’s 2023 Outstanding Publication Award. 

Gen Z on Teaching Profession

Sep 7, 2023

College of Education, The N&O to Host Event on the State of Teaching Profession Sept. 18

Join the College of Education and The (Raleigh) News & Observer for a candid conversation with future teachers about the state of the teaching profession on Sept. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Talley Student Union.