Analysis Detects No State-Level Impacts for ‘Read to Achieve’ Initiative
Students exposed to Read to Achieve program show no difference in reading mastery.
7 Strategies for Preventing Summer Learning Loss
NC State College of Education faculty recommend seven ways to keep children’s minds and bodies active during school breaks. The easy-to-implement strategies help students continue to develop and retain science, math and reading knowledge gained in the classroom.
Working Paper Offers Initial Data on Academic Impact of N.C. School Vouchers
NC State researchers compared scores of a small volunteer group of public and private school students on the same standardized test.
Lee to Focus on Data Science as RTI Scholar
As a new RTI University Scholar, Hollylynne Lee will collaborate on a project to help teachers incorporate statistics and data science into their classes.
A New Teacher’s Surprise Path
Graduate Kaitlin Montgomery prepared for a career in journalism — until one of her signature news stories led her to teach middle school instead.
NC State’s Ashley Lawson Receives Truman Scholarship
Empowering rural students is the goal of NC State's newest Truman Scholar, Ashley Lawson.
Graduate Programs Rise in 2019 Rankings
Engineering and education advance in the U.S. News rankings of the nation’s top graduate programs.
University of Georgia Honors NC State Education Prof
Marc Grimmett, an associate professor in the College of Education, is one of five recipients of UGA’s Distinguished Alumni Award.
People of Poe | Rachael Debnam-O’Dea on the Changing Landscape of English Education
Meet Rachael Debnam-O’Dea, world traveler, former high school English teacher and current second-year doctoral student in the College of Education.
TIP, CED Establish Teaching Scholars Program
An innovative program will create a pipeline of teachers for rural and semi-rural areas in North Carolina.
Tech Ed Program Ranked No. 2
The NC State College of Education’s technology education program is the only program in North Carolina ranked among Universities.com's Top 10.
DELTA Announces 2017-18 Grant Recipients
DELTA will give more than $236,000 in new and continuing DELTA grants to 25 recipients across eight academic colleges.
Unconnected Teaching in Namibia
Student Madison Weidner volunteered in Namibia this summer, and it’s helping her become a more culturally competent educator.
Vasu to Retire After 34 Years With College of Education
The associate dean for academic affairs talks about what she will miss (and won’t miss) about working with the College of Education.
How Culture and Education Interact in the Big Easy
Eight undergraduate College of Education students went on a cultural immersion trip to New Orleans to see how culture influences public education and understand how Hurricane Katrina affected local schools.