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What’s the Future of Teacher Diversity in NC? Colleges of Education May Hold the Answer


This article and photo originally appeared on wral.com and are reprinted with permission.

Muhammed Clemons, a Winston-Salem State University elementary education major, says he struggled with the way some teachers handled his disobedience when he was a child. That inspired him to become a teacher and be a role model to his future students, especially those who struggle in school like he did.

NC’s colleges of education: Student diversity

North Carolina’s 46 colleges of education enrolled more than 51,000 students in their undergraduate programs from 2011 to 2017. Search the database below to see how many students each college’s undergraduate education program enrolled by race and gender during those years. The data include both public and private colleges.

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