Process Begins Monday, November 26th, 2007 Potential Kenan Fellows will be nominated online this year. School administrators, community leaders and former Kenan Fellows may nominate candidates. Nominees will be notified and then will complete an online application for a specific … Continue reading

Kenan Fellow Sam Fuerst is one of fourteen teachers from around the world to participate in an effort to map the ocean floor using sonar. They are part of the ARMADA project, which is designed to give teachers experience in … Continue reading

Proposal Builds on Congressional Efforts to Recruit New Teachers U.S. Rep. David Price (D-NC) today introduced a bill to address one of the biggest challenges facing school districts throughout the country – the retention of qualified public school teachers. Today’s … Continue reading

At its Oct 16 meeting, the Board of Education heard about the NC State University Kenan Fellows Program. Kenan Fellows are public school teachers selected to participate in a two-year fellowship with a university professor or corporate professional. Dr. Valerie … Continue reading

Price Wants No Child Left Behind to Focus on Teacher Recruitment, Retention. Read his testimony here.

Over the weekend of April 27th and 28th Enloe sent 3 teams to the state Envirothon competition at Cedar Rock Park in Burlington. The Envirothon competition is a hands-on environmental education program sponsored by the NC Association of Soil & … Continue reading

Holly Hanrahan (2002, Carnage Middle) and Dr. Fred DeJarnette (NC State University) present in Lisbon, Portugal their joint project on Mars Tumbleweeds at the International Workshop on Planetary Probe Atmospheric Entry and Descent Traje ctory Analysis and Science. Holly is … Continue reading