Great Schools Need Great Leaders
NC State wins a $5.6 million grant from the Wallace Foundation to train principals.
NSF-funded Afterschool Program Powering Up in Durham
Middle school students in Durham will have time to explore electrical engineering and computer science as part of a 3-year, National Science Foundation project NC State is leading.
Spotlight on College of Education Dean Mary Ann Danowitz
Mary Ann Danowitz became dean of the NC State College of Education in April 2016. Danowitz, who served as interim dean since July 2015, joined the college in 2012. We sat down with Dean Danowitz to talk about her first year as dean, and her vision for the college’s future.
Fellowship Eases Financial Burden
The impact of fellowships and scholarships is made possible through the generosity of others. Ask Knightdale High School math teacher Nick Koberstein, recipient of a 2015 Moshakos Family Teacher Education Graduate Fellowship.
Closing the Gap
Two NC State programs aim to close the achievement gap between rural and urban schools. One helps rural high schoolers get to college. The other helps school administrators build their networks and skill sets.
Revitalizing Rural Schools
Closing the student achievement gap starts with training outstanding classroom leaders — and that's the goal of the Northeast Leadership Academy at NC State.
Brooke Shurer came to NC State to work, but earned master's and doctoral degrees in education across a decade of part-time study.
Danowitz Named Dean of NC State’s College of Education
Mary Ann Danowitz takes the reins of the College of Education. Her appointment begins April 1.
How Is North Carolina Doing With Digital Learning?
NC State's Friday Institute has released a new report that maps North Carolina's progress in using learning technologies and digital content.
Q&A: Preventing an Achievement Gap in Mathematics Starts Early
How can we prevent an achievement gap in math? NC State education research suggests that in-depth professional development for teachers in early elementary grades could help.