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Help NCCAT help teachers

Thanks to your support, NCCAT alumni continue to be more effective teachers and, subsequently, their students are better prepared for life.

Take for instance, NCCAT alumna, Virginia Spaventa, who teaches ESL students at Frank Morgan Elementary in Winston-Salem/Forsyth Schools. She had a challenge:

- Her student population needed help in accessing homework. She decided to attend the NCCAT seminar, Catching up with your Students: Digital Learning

- She learned to create electronic homework to adapt classroom assignments into an easy-to-use format for mobile phones

Make a #GivingTuesday gift today: Support NCCAT

We give thanks on Thanksgiving. We have Black Friday and Cyber Monday to shop for gifts for loved ones. Now, we have #GivingTuesday, a global day dedicated to giving back. Your donation to NCCAT will support the teachers and students of North Carolina today.

01 Dec

Help NCCAT while you are shopping online

As you shop online this holiday season we hope you will consider helping NCCAT with its mission to advance teaching as an art and a profession. Doing this is easy with An average of 3% of what you spend goes to NCCAT.

24 Nov

Honored Educator Scholarship winners honored at "Teaching the Holocaust" program

Gwen Austin, History teacher from Ocracoke School, and Joshua Gaskill, History teacher from Pamlico County High School, recently received Honored Educator Scholarships from NCCAT. Here's a bit about about both ...

06 Nov

NCCAT asks for your help in work for NC teachers

Like many alumni of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching (NCCAT), I have witnessed a number of changes in pre-K–12 education in my career. But no matter how many changes I face, I am very proud to share with my fellow teachers and alumni that my commitment to teaching, improving my abilities to engage my students to become lifelong learners, remains steadfast.

Durham Public School blog highlights Honored Educator Scholarship winner

Thank you to the Durham Public school blog for highlighting Fayetteville Street Elementary’s Tomika Altman-Lewis recently received the Simon Terrell Honored Educator Scholarship through the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

Congrats Tomika! Click here for the blog post.

George R. Brinson Honored Educator Scholarship presentation

Kudos to Joshua Gaskill on being named District Teacher of the Year and receiving the George R. Brinson Honored Educator Scholarship this morning at Pamlico County Schools.

NCCAT honored retired superintendent of Pamlico County Schools, George R. Brinson, on June 13, 2012, with the presentation of an Honored Education Scholarship in his name. At the time, Lisa Lachman, president of the Pamlico County Education Foundation, stated, "Mr. George and the word 'education' are synonymous."

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