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Mursion Lab at ECU
Mursion ‘Grants’ Draw Six School Districts to ECU
The East Carolina University College of Education Mursion team hosted leaders from six counties on Thursday, July 27, that have decided to take advantage of an offer to use Mursion@ECU as part of their professional development plan for the 2017-18 school year. Mursion provides an immersive experience in a safe space providing an opportunity for repeat practice with immediate feedback. The environment allows candidates, teachers, and administrators to practice their craft where no harm can be done, but skills can be honed through the use Continue reading →

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Lab School Supply Drive
College of Education LLC Spearheading Lab School Supply Drive
The East Carolina University College of Education Living-Learning Community is hosting a school supply drive to benefit our new ECU Lab School scholars. 
The goal is to provide a new supply-filled backpack to each student. Please consider supporting our supply drive and our Lab School students so each student will be equipped with new supplies when school starts. The following supplies are needed: 75 book bags (ideally, we’d like to provide each student a book bag with school supplies loaded in on August 24th which Continue reading →

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Kristen Cuthrell
Dr. Kristen Cuthrell Appointed Interim Director of COE Rural Education Institute (REI)
In 1982 the ECU College of Education received a grant from the Z. Smith Reynolds Foundation to establish the Rural Education Institute. The Rural Education Institute (REI) was developed to increase awareness of the unique strengths and needs of rural schools in eastern North Carolina. In 1984 the North Carolina General Assembly appropriated funds for the continuation of East Carolina University’s Rural Education Institute and established a counterpart at Western Carolina University. These two institutions comprise the Rural Education Network for the State of North Continue reading →

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Alternative Licensure
109 Speight Building
College of Education
East Carolina University
Greenville, NC 27858
alternativelicensure@ecu.edu
252-328-2700
Fax: 252-737-2998