TROY among best in U.S. in preparing future teachers in the science of reading

In all, TROY was among only 112 programs nationwide to earn a grade of A in the new report from the National Council on Teacher Quality.

In all, TROY was among only 112 programs nationwide to earn a grade of A in the new report from the National Council on Teacher Quality.

Troy University’s undergraduate program in Elementary Education has been recognized by the National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) for its rigorous preparation of future teachers in how to teach reading.

TROY’s Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education (K-6) program earned an “A” grade in NCTQ’s new report, Teacher Prep Review: Strengthening Elementary Reading Instruction, which…

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Summit enables Alabama high school students to explore TROY’s teacher education programs

Reeivice L. Girtman, Superintendent of Ozark City Schools and a TROY alumnus, address students at TROY's Future Teacher Summit.

Reeivice L. Girtman, Superintendent of Ozark City Schools and a TROY alumnus, address students at TROY's Future Teacher Summit.

Nearly 90 Alabama high school students interested in making teaching their career path visited Troy University on Thursday for the College of Education’s Future Teacher Summit.

The students, who came from came from as far north as Shelby County and as far south as Mobile, were welcomed by Dr. Kerry Palmer, Dean of the College…

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Grant helps fund STEM-related supplies, curriculum

The College of Education's STEM lab helps prepare future teachers to integrate STEM into their classrooms curriculum.

The College of Education's STEM lab helps prepare future teachers to integrate STEM into their classrooms curriculum.

A grant from the Choctawhatchee, Pea and Yellow Rivers Watershed Management Authority is helping Troy University’s Department of Teacher Education prepare future teachers to educate future generations about important topics such as water quality and conservation, the impacts of pollution and protection of wildlife habitats.

Grant funds are helping to buy supplies and curriculum for…

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Math Night brings together 47 families for collaboration, mathematics

Family Math Night proved to be a tremendous success, attracting 47 families from Troy City and Pike County schools.

Family Math Night proved to be a tremendous success, attracting 47 families from Troy City and Pike County schools.

Troy University’s first-ever Family Math Night brought together 47 families for a night of community, collaboration and mathematics.

Held March 15 at the University’s Extended Learning Center, the event was a joint effort of the University’s Department of Teacher Education and TROY’s Alabama Math Science and Technology Initiative (AMSTI) with the aim of equipping parents…

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