Did You Know? The Uneven Performance of UNC Education Schools

The National Council on Teacher Quality (NCTQ) rates teacher education programs on how well they teach different subjects such as science, social science, and content knowledge. As Shannon Watkins describes, most public North Carolina education programs do a poor job teaching the future educators of the state. And education schools at University of North Carolina … Continue reading “Did You Know? The Uneven Performance of UNC Education Schools”


Conference Call: The Politicization of University Schools of Education

Please join the Martin Center for a discussion about one of the most serious issues in higher education: the politicization of education schools. For more information and to register, please visit our event website:  https://jamesgmartincenter.networkforgood.com/events/11599-conference-call-the-politicization-of-university-schools-of-education


Radically Transforming the Nation: Our Politicized Schools of Education

If somebody wanted to fundamentally transform a society to its roots, where would he or she start? The most logical starting point would be education. And if there were one part of the educational system that would produce this transformation most broadly, effectively, and efficiently, it would most likely be at our schools of education … Continue reading “Radically Transforming the Nation: Our Politicized Schools of Education”


The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools

Education schools have become one of the most politicized corners of academia, and The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools reveals the extent of that politicization using two approaches. One is historical and operates at the theoretical level, showing how education schools were ideological from the start and became … Continue reading “The Politicization of University Schools of Education: The Long March through the Education Schools”