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Summer 2019 Newsletter 

Welcome to the Compass, the College of Education's newsletter where we inform you how we are making a difference in the lives we encounter! This edition of Compass focuses on What is happening in the College of Education.

Alumni Spotlight:

What IS happening in COE? 

 

Troy University receives ACHE approval to offer a new doctoral degree, the Ph.D. in Global Leadership...

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Study Abroad:

Summer 2019 United Kingdom

The College of Education Study Abroad trip to the United Kingdom is going on now. 

 

Master's at Work

photo of Phenix City Master's at Work 1st Cohort

 Troy University’s College of Education has partnered with the Phenix City School District to start the first Masters at Work Elementary Education cohort. This program allows elementary teachers to complete a Master degree in six terms. With a blended approach, online and in class, these students are able to experience a flexible schedule that works in their busy lives and build their professional network. Reach out today to start a cohort at your school, call (334)241-8714 or email tariley@troy.edu.

Coleman Center

Coleman Hall Construction Progress June 2019

Coleman Center for Early Learning and Family Enrichment has many exciting happenings at this time. The new construction for Coleman Hall-Dothan Campus is on schedule which means we continue to plan toward an opening date of August 20, 2019. Currently, enrollment is going well and every day families are enrolling their children into our future early learning programs.In addition, we have just been notified that the Coleman Center has been awarded three (3) First Class Pre-K grants. These grants will allow us to support our surrounding communities by providing a quality pre-k early childhood education for their four-year-old children. Each classroom will have a certified early childhood education teacher and an auxiliary teacher. The grant will also fund all needs within the classroom to include curriculum, instructional materials, professional development, furniture, etc. We look forward to establishing a very strong partnership with Alabama State Department of Early Childhood Education and the Office of School Readiness due to their supporting us with these grants.Our Director for Coleman Center, Nancy Mitta, as well as designated Department of Teacher Education faculty who serve on the Coleman Center Team will begin interviewing potential candidates for teaching and staff positions beginning this month. If you know of anyone who might be interested in a position within the center, please have them contact Nancy Mitta at nmitta@troy.edu at their earliest convenience.

 

Over 150 Online ACCESS Teachers Attended the ACCESS Teacher Day in Hawkins Hall