Improvement Science symposium being held May 19
The event – “Toward a Carolina Improvement Science Initiative: A Lighting Symposium” – brings together Carolina faculty, staff, and graduate students who are working on improvement at scale.
Robert Martinez team wins Felix Harvey Award
Funding with the award will be used to create resources to help teachers, other school personnel and social workers meet the needs of foster children.
Maurice “Mo” Green to give School of Education Commencement address
Maurice “Mo” Green, executive director of the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation, will provide the Commencement address at the School of Education’s graduation exercises on May 13.
Eileen Parsons named to National Academies of Sciences expert committee
Faculty member Eileen Parsons has been appointed to serve on an expert committee for the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering and Medicine to make recommendations regarding the teaching and learning of science.
Alumna Lisa Godwin named 2017 N.C. Teacher of the Year
The M.S.A. graduate went from administration back to teaching three years ago before winning the honor.
Seeking a way forward to improve childhood literacy
Dean Fouad Abd-El-Khalick, faculty member Lynne Vernon-Feagans and Susan Gates of SAS Institute talk about efforts to improve childhood literacy. #SOElongform has the conversation.
School of Education moves up in US News & World Report rankings
The School of Education rose four positions to a ranking of No. 31 in the latest graduate school rankings issued by US News & World Report.
Carolina, NC State launch joint program to help address teacher shortage
Taylor Hamby is in her first year of teaching. She wants the pedagogical training that our new lateral entry program offers.
UNC-Chapel Hill, NC State partner to offer innovative program for lateral entry teachers
Joint online program aims to help North Carolina address its growing teacher shortage
School of Education making leadership changes
Faculty members Hamm, Brown move into associate dean positions to advance research, teaching.
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