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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

Film Brings in Big Crowd for Native American History Month

 January 13, 2015 - Appalachian State University's Greenbrier Theater was nearly filled to capacity as the film "The Cherokee Word for Water" had its campus premiere in honor of Native American History Month. The Gadugi Program, a partnership between Appalachian State and Cherokee Central... [more]

December Alumni Spotlight: Corie Maffett '13

December 2, 2014 - Meet Corie Maffett. Corie is a recent graduate of the Reich College of Education, having received her master’s degree in middle grades education with a language arts concentration. She currently works for East Forsyth Middle School as a sixth grade science teacher. Hailing... [more]

MLS Alumna Featured in Charlotte Observer

November 20, 2014 - Julianne Moore who received her master's degree in library science in the Reich College of Education was featured in The Charlotte Observer for her work at the J. Hoyt Hayes Troutman Memorial Library in Iredell County. Julianne has been working to bring together the... [more]

Reese Retires after Over Eight Years of Dedicated Service

November 17, 2014 - Joyce Reese, Executive Assistant of the Dean, is retiring after over 8 years of dedicated service to the College. Her last day will be November 30th.  “My favorite part of working for Appalachian and the Reich College of Education has by far been the people I have met... [more]
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