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 at East Carolina University held its 17th Annual Educators Hall of Fame Induction Ceremony on Saturday, October 18, 2015 in the Fletcher Recital Hall in Fletcher Music Center. Twenty-one educators and education advocates from across the state were recognized during an event raised over $40,000 for student scholarships.
With Dr. B. Grant Hayes at the helm, the College of Education embarks on a three-year assessment plan, in which it is working to increase its impact, performance and visibility. Read about some of the College's efforts, accomplishments, and innovations.
Office of Educator Preparation
Academic Success Center
SECU Partnership East
Teaching Fellows, Maynard Scholars, Abernathy Scholars & Education Housing Community
Master of Library Science
Mathematics, Science and Instructional Technology Education