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Quality Teacher Education

At Appalachian, an institution that was founded in 1899 for the preparation of teachers, we believe quality teacher education programs can be recognized through several characteristics.

Learn more about how teacher education at Appalachian State University reflects these quality indicators.

Off-Campus Education

North CarolinaAppalachian delivers courses online and to over 50 off-campus undergraduate and graduate cohorts at various locations in western North Carolina.

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College of Education News

Iredell-Statesville Leadership Retreat Held August 7-8

Teachers and principals from the Iredell-Statesville school system attended the "Reach Just a Little Bit Higher Leadership Retreat" in the Reich College of Education on August 7-8th. Out of the 100 attendees, 27 were Appalachian State alumni and 7 had two degrees from the College.    ... [more]

#RCOEYoselfie Social Media Contest to Begin August 15th

Beginning Friday, August 15th, Reich College of Education students, faculty, and staff are encouraged to participate in our first social media contest. The contest will last until August 25th. There are three simple steps to enter: Take a selfie anywhere in the Reich College of Education. Be... [more]

RCOE Student Sends Books to India

Katrina (Kate) Frey, a Family and Consumer Science major at Appalachian State University, was selected to participate in the International Student Teaching Program for the fall 2014 semester.  She will travel to Chittor, India where she will complete five of the 12 weeks of required student... [more]

Three Graduate Certificates Added to the RCOE

The Reich College of Education at Appalachian State University announced the addition of three new graduate certificate programs. The three programs include a graduate certificate in Middle and Secondary Teaching, a graduate certificate in Autism Spectrum Disorders, and a graduate certificate in... [more]
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