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22 Oct

NCCAT hosts #edcampwnc

CULLOWHEE - Educators were able to learn and share during a day of professional development at EdCampWNC Saturday, Oct. 12 at the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

14 Oct

NCCAT Opens Spring Registration

CULLOWHEE - Spring registration has opened for The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, a recognized national leader in professional development.

09 Oct

Ocracoke school students return to class at NCCAT

OCRACOKE - NCCAT welcomed Ocracoke School middle and high school students back to school Monday.

01 Oct

NCCAT Hosts Third Fall Curriculum Conference

The North Carolina Center for Advancement of Teaching held the third NCCAT Fall Conference for Curriculum Leaders on September 11-13. Curriculum leaders from across the state joined NCCAT, a recognized national leader in professional development programming.

The agenda, based on conversations with curriculum leaders regarding essential professional development, allowed conference attendees to identify their district’s needs and give feedback concerning future NCCAT programming.

20 Sep

Ocracoke School will hold secondary classes at NCCAT campus while Hurricane Dorian recovery continues

CULLOWHEE - The North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching Board of Trustees responded to needs of Ocracoke School after significant damage to the school building by Hurricane Dorian.
The NCCAT Board of Trustees voted Friday unanimously to allow Ocracoke School to use the NCCAT Ocracoke Campus building for secondary classes until January 2020. Other buildings on the Island will also be used for students during the recovery period.
18 Sep

NCCAT Development Foundation establishes Hurricane Dorian Employee Relief Fund

Ocracoke residents and others in surrounding communities are beginning the recovery process from the devastating damage of Hurricane Dorian. The Development Foundation of the North Carolina Center for the Advancement of Teaching, Inc., has established the NCCAT Hurricane Dorian Employee Relief Fund to provide much-needed support for NCCAT current and past staff on Ocracoke Island.

17 Sep

NCCAT Board of Trustees Meets Friday, Sept. 20, in a Special Called Meeting

CULLOWHEE - The NCCAT Board of Trustees will meet Friday, Sept. 20 at 1 p.m. in a special called meeting via conference call at the NCCAT Cullowhee Campus, 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723.

The purpose of the meeting is to discuss and potentially take action on Ocracoke School using the NCCAT Ocracoke facility.

Members of the public may listen to the phone call at NCCAT Cullowhee Campus, 276 NCCAT Drive, Cullowhee, NC 28723.

10 Sep

NCCAT hearts and thoughts with Ocracoke and other areas after Hurricane Dorian

Our hearts and thoughts go out to our NCCAT employees at Ocracoke Island and those who are recovering from Hurricane Dorian. All our employees are safe. There is a great deal of cleanup and work ahead for all involved. We appreciate the offers of support to NCCAT and ask you to keep the people of Ocracoke Island and others in your thoughts and hearts during this difficult time.
08 Sep

Focus Friday program MTSS for Administrators registration open now

CULLOWHEE - How do you create an environment where every student has access to what they need to succeed?

27 Aug

Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools successful Teacher Leadership Institute

CULLOWHEE - Educators from Winston-Salem Forsyth County Schools completed a successful Teacher Leadership Institute at NCCAT’s Cullowhee campus. The essential components of this NCCAT program cover the concept of leadership before drilling into the specifics of teacher leadership. Educators explore the elements of leadership, teacher leadership potential, personality traits, group dynamics, mentoring, problem solving, teacher leadership standards, and implementing teacher leadership roles in the school setting.

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