In the Media

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Love of children and education inspire Appalachian Educators
Feb 4, 2019

The Appalachian Educators strive to prepare for the world of lesson plans, recess and inspiring the future of the U.S. The student-run organization ex...

Jan Stanley

James Center director set to retire at the end of January
Feb 4, 2019

After serving as director of the James Center, Reich College of Education’s advising center, for 10 years, Jan Stanley retired at the end of January...

Edgar Zamora: 2007 NC Teaching Fellow

Edgar Zamora: 2007 NC Teaching Fellow
Jan 28, 2019

This interview was conducted by email as part of a series on teacher diversity in North Carolina.Read the full series: NC's teacher diversity gap...

Eric Hart: 1993 Teaching Fellow

Eric Hart: 1993 Teaching Fellow
Jan 28, 2019

This interview was conducted by email as part of a series on teacher diversity in North Carolina.Read the full series: NC's teacher diversity gap...

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New director for Public School Partnership branches out
Jan 25, 2019

Trisha Caviness-Bliss smiled ear-to-ear as she sat in her new office at her alma mater surrounded by photos of all the elementary school classes she h...

App State ranks first for the third year in a row of National Board Certified alumni
Jan 25, 2019

App State was founded as a teaching college in 1899. It’s still recognized as one of the top alma maters in the nation for education 120 years later...

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Is the Internet Data-Mining Into Our Privacy?
Jan 23, 2019

Four Appalachian students,  Lindsay Ficklin, Lexi Hargesheimer, Chloe Vann, and Dorothy Williams, co-authored a blog for the National A...

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ASU Ranks No. 1 For Highest Number of NBPTS-Certified Alumni
Jan 14, 2019

For the third consecutive year, Appalachian State University has topped the National Board for Professional Teaching Standards’ list of “Top 50 Al...

Melanie Childers

The Melanie Childers Story: Hospital Chaplain Celebrates 20th Year of Service
Jan 14, 2019

We all have preconceptions in life. Predetermined ideas of what is right and wrong based on our own upbringing, faith or lack of it, and individual li...

Talk about hands-on learning! AMS students teaching ASU visitors how to chop wood on a dreary Saturday.

Collaborating Across Communities
Jan 7, 2019

At most schools, learning hits the brakes on the weekends. Not the case at the Arthur Morgan School. This past Saturday students from Appala...