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New Randolph program will recognize local science teachers

Area high school teachers participate in group activities at the Science Teaching Institute at Randolph in 2018

Talented area science teachers now have a new way to be honored for their work in the classroom, thanks to a new program from Randolph College. Beginning in the spring at the 2020 Randolph College Science Festival, Randolph will present annual awards to high school science teachers in the local area who have demonstrated excellence... READ MORE >>

Randolph earns state approval for new elementary education program

Randolph teaching alumna Kate Thornhill works with students in her elementary school classroom

Randolph College is pleased to announce a new major in elementary education. The program was approved earlier this week by Governor Ralph Northam as part of a new initiative to address the statewide—and nationwide—shortage of Pre-K through 6th grade teachers. Northam announced that the state policy boards for elementary, secondary, and post-secondary education approved 53... READ MORE >>

Randolph M.A.T. students honored as Teachers of Promise

(From left) Brian Anderson, Meagan Swithers, Skylar Pippin, Meghan Moran, and Erika Edwards

Five students in Randolph College’s Master of Arts in Teaching (M.A.T.) program were named Teachers of Promise by the Teachers of Promise Foundation during the 2019 Teachers of Promise Institute held in Midlothian, Virginia, on March 29-30. The honorees were Brian Anderson, Meagan Swithers, Skylar Pippin, Meghan Moran, and Erika Edwards. Each student is a candidate for May 2019... READ MORE >>

Heick Symposium: Alumnae return to share education strategies with area teachers

Kristin Genova Richardson ’79 delivers the keynote for Randolph’s Heick Symposium on Education.

Alumnae return to share education strategies with area teachers.... READ MORE >>