The Innovation Project, NC State College of Education Announce 19 NC High School Mathematics Master Teaching Fellows
The NC State College of Education and The Innovation Project have selected 19 N.C. High School Mathematics Master Teaching Fellows. Supported by a five-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Science Foundation, this program will prepare, support and retain master teachers of mathematics from high-needs school districts across the state of North Carolina
NCSU Chancellor Makes ‘Digital Trip’ to CSS Classroom
Dr. Randy Woodson may have slightly oversimplified his job description when he told a group of seventh-graders at Contentnea-Savannah K-8 School he was “sort of like the principal” at North Carolina State University.
Transforming a Rural Community, One Pilot at a Time
When demographic decline threatens a community’s future and demands leadership from students in its schools now, how should the district respond? Edgecombe County Public Schools has a pretty compelling answer.
The Innovation Project Launches Network to Transform Early Learning by Reimagining School and District Approaches to Problems of Practice
July 17, 2018
The Innovation Project (TIP) announces the launch of its Early Learning Network, a collaboration of district-run elementary schools that will design and implement innovative strategies to transform the early learning experience to dramatically improve student outcomes.
Two Teacher Interns Who Stand Out Are Spending Summer Here Fitting In
June 26, 2018
Ashley Lawson and Katie Martin are not alone in wanting to make their mark on the world after they finish college, but they are unique in how they’ve come to Lenoir County to get started.
Rowan Salisbury Passes Important Legislation (Section 6)
June 5, 2018
The State Board of Education shall approve a renewal school system plan that meets the requirements of this section that is submitted to the State Board by the qualifying local board of education by July 15, 2018, to begin operation of the plan with the 2018-2019 school year.