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for North Carolina Journal of Teacher Education Vol. 6 Issue 1, Spring 1993
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The Professional Development Schools program at UNC-Greensboro is designed to allow pre-service teachers, classroom teachers, and university personnel to link theory and application and to reflect on their instructional practices and beliefs.
A variety of programs at Elizabeth City State University are aimed at recruiting new minority teachers and teacher assistants. The programs are designed to address the serious decline in the number of black teachers.
A reform effort undertaken at UNC-Chapel Hill by university and public school faculty creates a model of collaboration between public school and university educators in planning, implementing and evaluating teacher education.
A study conducted at East Carolina University attempted to dispel the notion that individuals who enter the teaching profession are less academically competent than those entering other fields.