In the Media
Psychology Today, September 28, 2012
Is there value in holding back struggling students? Kathleen Day, a doctoral student in Educational Psychology, Measurement and Evaluation program, looks at that question in a blog post at Psychology Today.
Education Week, September 17, 2012
Education Week reports that a consortium working to establish tests for students in states employing the Common Core curricula are considering two versions of the tests: A long one and a short one. Professor Gregory Cizek was interviewed for the story.
The Washington Post, August 13, 2012
Washington Post education writer Jay Mathews turned to Gregory Cizek, professor of educational measurement and evaluation, when he needed some expert commentary regarding an investigation into testing irregularities.
CNN, April 24, 2012
Domonique Garland, a senior majoring in elementary education, was making headlines after she introduced President Barack Obama during his appearance at UNC-Chapel Hill on Tuesday.
The Miami Herald, April 20, 2012
Gregory Cizek, professor of educational measurement and evaluation, was interviewed extensively for the Miami Herald as it took at look at how the state of Florida administers its standardized testing for schoolchildren.
US News & World Report, March 15, 2012
Six School of Education programs were ranked among the Top 20 in their fields in graduate school rankings conducted by US News & World Report.
ASCA School Counselor, March 1, 2012
Nicole Pfleger (M.Ed. '06), named the 2012 School Counselor of the Year by the American School Counselor Association, claims that she's lucky. But in an extended profile on the ASCA's website, Pfleger describes the extended effort she has devoted to the students of her school.
US News & World Report, February 29, 2012
Elementary school teacher and school counselor are included in US News & World Report's list of "Best Jobs of 2012," which was released by the magazine this week.
Daily Tar Heel, January 25, 2012
In a guest column, Dean Bill McDiarmid suggests that we should take some pride in all of our graduates who choose to go into teaching careers.