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East Carolina’s College of Education Partnership East Program allows students to complete the first two years of their education degree at participating community colleges. In providing students access to high quality education close to home, the program aims to keep those students in their communities after graduation.
East Carolina University prepares its College of Education graduates for meeting new challenges but using a new model of student teaching. The Co-teaching program emphasizes a relationship between the teacher, student, and interns, providing two student interns rather than just one.
In a novel approach to aiding recent graduates from the East Carolina Teachers College, Miriam McFayden journeyed from Manteo to the mountains to bring encouragement, advice, and supplies to young alumnae, some working in very rural schools.
Various projects at East Carolina University are exploring ways to improve the public education system. Options include training teachers, improving mentoring programs, and adding academic competition.