For the 25th year, Troy University is giving its education students a chance at hands-on teaching through its Summer Spectacular program.
The program, which began at the Dothan Campus and has now expanded to the Phenix City and Troy campuses, features TROY students leading a hands-on summer camp for children ages 4 through 12.
Education majors had a chance to gain some hands-on experience during Troy University’s annual Summer Spectacular.
The month-long learning enrichment camp took place during June at the Dothan Campus and allowed TROY students to lead patriotic-themed lesson plans for more than 50 children between the ages of 4 and 12.
This year’s theme, Patriotism: America…
Troy University alumna Geraldine Grimes Boothe of Opp taught in the classrooms of rural Covington County for almost 45 years, inspiring countless thousands of students and serving as a role model for her peers. Mrs. Boothe, the mother of TROY alumnus and District 89 State Rep. Alan Boothe, passed away April 18, 2017.
Troy University and Houston County Schools have announced an articulation agreement that will allow some students at the Houston County Career Academy to receive college credit.
Starting this fall, high school students who pass through the HCCA’s education-in-training program will earn credit hours at Troy University.
Dr. Hank Dasinger, Dean of the College of Education,…