Fox News: Thousands of Teachers, Students Descend on North Carolina’s Capitol in Protest
“There became this kind of climate where folks really felt like teachers are being disrespected, schools are being disrespected,” Michael Maher, assistant dean for professional education, told Fox News about Wednesday's March For Students and Rally for Respect. “And that kind of came on the heels of the recession, and if you follow what happened in North Carolina, we were hit pretty hard by the recession.”
NPR: Before They Walk Into A Classroom, These New Teachers Will March On The N.C. Capitol
Last week, teachers-to-be WinnieHope Mamboleo and Cristina Chase Lane marched across the graduation stage at North Carolina State University. This week, they'll be marching with future colleagues at the state capitol in Raleigh, asking for better pay and better school funding.
GET FREE: Creativity, Hip Hop Civics Ed, Intersectionality, & Black Joy
Join us as Dr. Bettina Love of the University of Georgia leads a talk on GET FREE: Creativity, Hip Hop Civics Ed, Intersectionality, & Black Joy April 26. This event is sponsored by the NC State College of Education’s Department […]
College Magazine Ranks NC State No. 9 in Nation for Education Majors
College Magazine lists NC State University as one of the 10 best colleges for education majors in the U.S. in rankings the publication released Dec. 12. NC State is ranked No. 9 in the nation, and is the only school in North Carolina included on the list.
Applications Open for N.C. Teaching Fellows Program
Students accepted into the program will receive up to $8,250 per year in forgivable loans if they commit to teach in the fields of science, technology, engineering, math or special education in the North Carolina public schools. Applications close Jan. 16, 2018.
College Hosting Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13; Applications Being Accepted
Teachers in the first three years of their career can receive free professional development from experienced educators to help them prepare for the new school year at the Beginning Teacher Institute July 11-13.
330 New Alumni Encouraged to Never Forget Why They Chose Education
The 330 students who graduated from the College of Education Saturday, May 13, will engage daily with the most pressing issues facing society -- and touch the lives of thousands of children and families and transform entire schools and communities.
Lauren Slenker ’17: What It Means to be a Teacher
As a College of Education student, Lauren Slenker ’17 learned the importance of fostering relationships. She’ll bring those lessons to her own middle grades classroom this fall.
Born to Teach
With the support of the Moshakos Family Teacher Education Scholarship, Melissa Goto is graduating with a degree in elementary education.