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20 Sep

NCCAT alum part of language programs that boost academics in Buncombe schools

Good work by several educators on this effort including NCCAT alum Cheri Boone, global education specialist for Buncombe County Schools.

 

 

 

19 Aug

NCCAT alum helping with first North Carolina/South Carolina ECET2 conference

Thanks to NCCAT alum Ben Owens for letting us know about this upcoming event that we would like to share ...

15 Aug

NCCAT alum attends Mickelson ExxonMobil Teachers Academy

Congratulations to NCCAT alum Sherry Coren and Tara Teague on this honor!

01 Jun

Anson County science teacher wins fellowship and will attend NCCAT

Congratulations to Justin Jones and we look forward to seeing him and others from the Kenan Fellows Program later this month!

From The Anson Record

24 May

NCCAT alumna part of new STEM Center in Jacksonville

Happy to see the work of Jacksonville Commons Middle School Principal Gail Pylant, who has attended NCCAT, and others providing this opportunity for students.

From The Jacksonville Daily News

13 May

NCCAT alumnus named NC Outstanding 9-16 Educator in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education

Ben Owens, a physics and mathematics teacher at Tri-County Early College High School in Murphy, was recognized as the NC Outstanding 9-16 Educator in Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education by the NC SMT Education Center. He has been a presenter, participant and great friend to NCCAT. Congratulations Ben!

12 May

NCCAT alumna named Principal of the Year

Congratulations to NCCAT alumna E.E. Smith High School Principal Melody Chalmers who was named the 2016 Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year today!

From NC DPI ...

27 Apr

NCCAT participant publishes second book on teaching writing

Lisa Cleaveland, who attended a NCCAT program and is a Jonathan Valley elementary teacher, has published her second book about teaching writing in primary grades. Congrats Lisa!

12 Jan

NCCAT alumna among NC Regional Teachers of the Year

NCCAT alumna Leah Hayes of South Newton Elementary is among the nine teachers selected to represent their education districts and charter schools as the state's regional Teachers of the Year. These teachers will also be invited to visit us at NCCAT. Congrats to them all!

Click here for more on the announcement.

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