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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.
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The School of Education is proud to announce two student teachers from the Department of Elementary Education who were chosen as Strong Scholars. Congratulations to Anna D. Lee and La'Juana McNeill. As Strong Scholars they received $5000 each.
Anna D. Lee decided to pursue a degree in elementary education so that she can provide support and encouragement to children who need it. Teachers often take on many roles and she is preparing and eager for the challenge.
La'Juana McNeill has been persistent and determined to become an educator through many hardships and difficulties that have come her way. She has steadily worked as a substitute teacher for over two years. She believes the light of a good teacher burns brightly because of the passion that drives and motivates them to teach others.
Collaborative Conference for Student Achievement, March 3-5, 2014 >> Read More
NCAEA Conference April 3-4, 2014 >> Read More
In an effort to enhance retention and graduation rates of students in STEM disciplines, the Center for Promoting STEM Education and Research (CPSER) will provide tutorial services for students enrolled in 100 & 200 level biology, chemistry, computer science, mathematics and physics courses. Individual and group tutoring will be available for students requesting assistance. Read the flyer for more information >> Read More
CDF's Freedom Schools >> Read More
Commentaries Free Teacher Ed >> Read More
Entre Nous Scholarship and Pamela S. and Douglas R. Moll Scholarship >> Read More
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