teacher preparation

Feb 10, 2020

Student-Teacher Mini-Grants Program Helps Build Stronger Classrooms, Enhances Instruction

Because of a generous donation from a donor, the NC State College of Education was able to establish the Student-Teacher Mini-Grants Program, which supports the work student teachers are doing in their classrooms and provides funding to enhance classroom instruction.

Jan 28, 2020  |  Community and Engagement

NC State College of Education to Hold Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT) for Rising High School Seniors 6/14-6/18

The NC State College of Education is seeking nominations for its Leadership Institute for Future Teachers (LIFT), a five-day, invitational residential summer program for bilingual students and students of color in high school who are interested in exploring a potential career in education and strengthening their leadership skills. The 2020 LIFT will be held June 14-June 18 on NC State's campus.

Nov 21, 2019

Stories About Extraordinary Experiences with the NC State College of Education

During American Education Week, we asked our alumni, students and friends to share about their extraordinary experiences with the NC State College of Education and what experiences left a big impression on them. Read what they had to say about these extraordinary experiences. 

Nov 20, 2019

Stories About the Extraordinary Educators in Your Life

During American Education Week, we asked our alumni, students and friends to show their appreciation for the educator who made the biggest impact on their life and to share what made them extraordinary. Read what they had to say about these extraordinary educators.

Aug 15, 2018  |  Our People

Crystal Espey Named Coordinator of Teaching Fellows at NC State Program

Crystal Espey ’11, ’18 MSA is the coordinator of the N.C. Teaching Fellows at NC State program, effective Aug. 13. She’s a former N.C. Teaching Fellow who previously taught high school math in Wake County for six years. She also earned a Master of School Administration from the NC State College of Education.

May 16, 2018

NPR: Now It’s North Carolina Teachers’ Turn: How Did We Get Here? What’s Next?

About the March For Students and Rally For Respect, Assistant Dean Michael Maher tells NPR: "It comes down to priorities, right? How we want to invest in education going forward? What do we really want to invest in in this state? How can we make the best possible decisions? And I think that is also one of these things that's getting lost in kind of the back and forth is that this isn't only about teachers. It's about kids."

May 14, 2018  |  In the News

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.

Dec 13, 2017  |  News

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.

Dec 6, 2017  |  Honors and Awards

Michael Maher Elected to AACTE’s Board of Directors

Assistant Dean Michael Maher's tenure as a member on the Board of Directors of the American Association of Colleges for Teacher Education (AACTE) begins March 1, 2018.

Dec 4, 2017  |  Academics and Programs

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.