On September 8, 2015, the Department of Literacy Studies, Teaching Resource Center, and Literacy Volunteers of Pitt County partnered together to celebrate International Literacy Day. The celebration included a free book exchange outside of Joyner Library on East Carolina University’s campus.
This Pirate loves helping children in need. “Teaching is something I’ve always wanted to do,” said Smith, whose grandmother predicted her future career path. “I love kids. If there’s a child in need, I am there to the rescue.”
ECU is one of only nine institutions across the country and the first in North Carolina to complete reaccreditation through the Transformation Initiative pathway by the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation. “I would say it’s an important designation for ECU and the UNC system,” said Alisa Chapman, vice president for academic and university programs in the UNC system. “ECU is an exemplar for teacher education, using data and research and innovation to improve their practice.”
The College of Education is pleased to announce that the American Library Association has awarded accreditation to the Master of Library Science degree program. This accreditation action is in effect immediately, and is retroactive for two years. This means 2013 and 2014 graduates now have an ALA accredited degree. Current students will also, of course, graduate with an ALA accredited degree.
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