Proctor Hall School of Education
Proctor Hall School of Education

School of Education

The NC A&T School of Education takes pride in educating, training, mentoring, and developing exceptional teachers who are catalysts for learning and leading.

We believe in preparing future educators for careers defined by excellence, instilling in our students a lifelong passion for public service, and emphasizing the importance of collaboration with all the key stakeholders in education, in both local and global communities.

  • Curriculum and Instruction provides the professional studies component for the next generation of effective teachers and school personnel  prepare you for work in adult education, counseling, and school administration.
  • Studies in the Department of Human Development and Services  are grounded in philosophical, theoretical, methodological, and practical foundations that describe adult education, counseling practice, or leadership.
  • For careers in clinical, corporate, commercial, and community physical fitness, we offer classes in the Department of Human Performance and Leisure Studies
  • The Department of Leadership Studies is an interdisciplinary unit that focuses on service learning, research, developing innovative practices, and solving complex challenges through leadership.

Excellent instruction and our internship program  are the keys to helping NC A&T students grow as educators from pre-service to in-service teachers, counselors, administrators, and other school personnel.

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AG RESEARCHERS REACH MILESTONE IN STINKBUG REARING STUDYEntomologists conducting integrated pest management (IPM) research at N.C. A&T have reached a major milestone in studies of the brown marmorated stinkbug.
JOMC CHAIR TO JOIN PRESTIGIOUS SCRIPPS LEADERSHIP ACADEMYGail Wiggins, interim chair of the department of journalism and mass communication, is one of 17 professionals chosen to participate in the seventh annual Scripps Howard Academic Leadership Academy.
PROFESSOR WINS 2014 MINORITIES IN ENGINEERING AWARDDr. Stephanie Luster-Teasley, of the College of Engineering, has been selected to receive the 2014 ASEE DuPont Minorities in Engineering Award, in recognition of her distinguished accomplishments in engineering.
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The Africana Film Series: Black in Latin America (Part 2)in the General Classroom Building, Room 218, 4-6p.m.
2014 GALA Awardsin Harrison Auditorium, 6p.m.
Tech ThursdaysSmith Hall, Room 2014, 4-6p.m.
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