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In as much as Fayetteville State University was founded in 1867 as a teacher-training institution, the School of Education resides close to the heart of FSU's mission.
Angela Parker graduated from Fayetteville State University with a Bachelor's in English Literature in 2002. She continued to work as a restaurant manager before she decided to become a teacher. In 2003, she was hired to teach seventh grade English Language Arts at Seventy-First Classical Middle School. Nine years later, she was selected to represent Cumberland County as the 2012-2013 Teacher of the Year. Teaching has been a blessing for her because she is able to inspire young minds, and spend more time with her three beautiful children.
Angela is currently working toward her Master of Education Degree in Reading at Fayetteville State University. Her desire is to help her students become better readers, and to later work towards helping new teachers become better at teaching literacy. She is a life-long learner because she believes that is the only way to become a better teacher.
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