Stokes County Schools has partnered with NC A&T Teacher Residency Program
February 24, 2017
At the October board meeting it was announced that Stokes County Schools has partnered with NC A&T State University to increase the number of highly qualified teachers through the TQP Grant. The US Department of Education Teacher Quality Partnership (TQP) awarded a $3.6 million grant to the College of Education at NC A & T State University.
The project is entitled "North Carolina A&T Rural Teacher Residency Program" and will provide scholarship funds to highly-qualified graduate candidates who pursue Masters of Arts in Teaching degrees in high-need areas (Science, Math, Exceptional Children, and Elementary). To be eligible for the program a candidate must hold a Bachelor's Degree.
Attached please find a flyer that provides information and a link to the program with NC A&T State University. Please share with your staff. The flyer and link to the university will be placed on the home page of our website.