In the College of Education and Allied Professions (CEAP), we are all about making a difference in the lives of others. We endeavor to develop #changemakers who impact the region as educators, administrators, and other professions, both in schools and other professional community settings.
The Catamount School, Smoky Mountain High School will have an OPEN HOUSE April 28th and May 19th at 5:00 PM
The Equity Summit is an event that has been a long time coming. We’re so proud of our colleagues, partners, and students.
Lauren McCall (Fall 2020, Inclusive Ed) was just awarded Beginning Teacher of the Year at Curtis Elementary in Chesterfield County Schools, VA, in the Richmond area. Lauren is teaching K-2 and 4th Special Education. Congratulations, Lauren!
Dr. Lisa Bloom was part of an invited panel of experts on online assessment during the University Council of Jamaica’s (UCJ) 17th annual Quality Assurance in Higher Education Week that took place March 7-11, 2022.
Today, the meaning of literacy, what it means to be literate, has shifted dramatically. Literacy involves more than a set of conventions to be learned, either through print or technological formats. Rather, literacy enables people to negotiate meaning.
Congratulations to April Perry as the recipient of the 2022 Outstanding Support for Graduate Students Award. She will be recognized at the upcoming 2022 NASPA Conference in Baltimore, Maryland in March. Congratulations again, April, on this special recognition and thank you for your devotion to the WCU Graduate Students!
NCSELP (North Carolina School Executive Leadership Program) Masters in School Administration leads to Principal licensure and is intentional about identifying leaders who are interested in confronting policies, structures and practices that lead to inequities in educational systems and communities.
WCU received a competitive grant for the Principal Fellows Program which is part of the university’s Masters in School Administration Program. PFP is focused on students who have been identified as aspiring leaders and the grant allows them to receive additional equity training, attend national conferences and engage with other school leaders throughout the country dedicated to equity work.
Duke Energy provides $1 million in grants to support organizations focused on social justice, racial equity in North Carolina. WCU Foundation to receive $25,000 from this initiative.