Strong Stories: education

Making Cultural Connections

Making Cultural Connections

Cultural bridge builder is a fitting description of Cindy Anderson, ’12 MAT. As a middle school English as a second language (ESL) teacher in Chapel Hill, N.C., Cindy teaches a diverse group of English language learners (ELLs) about the language and culture of America. Cindy was drawn to teaching ESL in part by her students’ desire to...

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N.C. Principal of the Year

N.C. Principal of the Year

Meredith alumna Carrie Swart Tulbert, '01, principal of Mooresville Middle School, was named the 2014 Wells Fargo North Carolina Principal of the Year during a luncheon ceremony held on May 1, 2014. She was selected from among eight regional finalists following interviews and on-site visits by a statewide selection committee.

Carrie earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English (with...

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Strong Graduates | Larissa Bryant

Strong Graduates | Larissa Bryant

When Larissa Bryant earned her Master of Arts in Teaching degree in December, she knew she was ready for her new role as a fourth grade teacher at Raleigh’s Barwell Road Elementary School. “The first day I stepped in my classroom, I knew the quality education I received at Meredith had prepared me for the rigorous...

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Strong Graduates | Cynthia Mosley

Strong Graduates | Cynthia Mosley

Cynthia Mosley is a lifelong learner whose enthusiasm for education has led her to pursue multiple graduate degrees – and she’s not done yet. She already has a master’s degree in mathematics education, and is receiving a master in education (M.Ed.) with a specialty in special education from Meredith in May 2014. Her future plans...

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