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New Learning Lab Links Leaders and Students

On November 16, Queens' Cato School of Education officially moved into its new space on campus. Read More

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New Online Master of Arts in Educational Leadership

Queens creates new online degree program for aspiring K-12 principals and administrators. Read More

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Inspiring a Love of Writing

While teaching a creative writing class to third graders at Walter G. Byers School, Elementary and Secondary Education majors at Queens learned that poverty does not define potential in students. Read More

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Professor Tosha Arriola Served as Event Chair for Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Ceremony

Education Professor Tosha Arriola Served as Event Chair for Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Ceremony Read More

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In compliance with the Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation (CAEP) under the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) Standards, the Cato School of Education has issued a call for third-party comment. Read More

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Queens Instills Reading During 'Books and Buddies' Event

Queens Instills Reading During 'Books and Buddies' Event Read More

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Cato Students Meet Charlotte Mayor Jennifer Roberts

Cato fellows, education majors and Professor Arriola spent an evening with Mayor Jennifer Roberts and other passionate Charlotte activists at the Mayor's Mentoring Alliance Awards. Read More

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Queens Announces 2016 Commencement Speakers

Hollywood director, Tom Shadyac, and Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools superintendent, Ann Clark, will speak in the Queens 2016 commencement ceremonies. Read More

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Students Create Impactful Public Service Announcements

Alexis Cariero, assistant professor in Queens Knight School of Communication, and Tosha Arriola, instructor in Queens Cato School of Education, encouraged their classes to produce these messages by using the sound studio located in Everett Library. Read More

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Alumna Participates in Queens-CMS Literacy Educator Partnership

Last September, Sarah Hoyle's '13 entire third-grade class was reading below a first-grade level. By March, her lowest reader had jumped to second-grade level. Hoyle- in her third year of teaching-credits the change to what she's learning her second time around at Queens. She's one of seven teachers at Nations Ford Elementary School in Charlotte enrolled in the Master of Education in Literacy program at the Cato School of Education. Charlotte Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) pays 100 percent of the tuition. Read More

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