Governor’s Visit to NCLA Fellow’s School
NC Governor Roy Cooper, visited Franklinton High School. Cohort VI Fellow, Rommy Woodley, currently teaches […]
North Carolina State University’s Educational Leadership Department Welcomes New Faculty
Article by Lisa Swinson North Carolina State University’s Educational Leadership Department welcomes Fran Riddick, […]
“Winstead Avenue Nurtures Young Minds”
Rocky Mount Telegram article discussing Principal Yolanda Wiggins, NELA graduate, and her school.
83% of NELA first year principals met or exceeded growth in high-need, Title I schools vs. only 75% of experienced principals across all schools in the state reaching the same level of performance in 2014-2015.
RESULTS THAT MATTER
NC State Wins National Award for Preparing Rural School Leaders
The University Council for Educational Administration recognized NELA with an Exemplary Educational Leadership Program Award during an event in Washington, D.C.
NELA Fellows participate in a Summer Community Internship between the first and second year of the program. In the second year, they serve a year-long Principal Residency.
NCSU NELA principals have documented notable improvements during their first year and those gains continue in schools with a NELA principal for two consecutive years.