Early College Programs

May 6, 2021

Episode 166

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NC State's Teacher of the Year, Maureen Stover, shares how service in the Air Force helped her find her true calling-- teaching. Despite their mobile lifestyle, she urges military families to consider an Early College Program for their students.

This podcast has been made possible thanks to the Fort Bliss Spouses’ Association. https://thefbsa.org/


You can reach out to Maureen at:

Twitter: @StoverScience

Early College in Cumberland County, NC: Early College at Fayetteville State University (uncfsu.edu)

Early College at Fayetteville State University

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Early college programs (findsomethingnew.org)


Early college programs - Find Something New

Early college high schools, also known as dual-enrollment programs, like P-TECH (Pathways to Technology Early College) schools and CTE (Career and Technical Education) schools, prepare high schoolers with technical skills so they can accelerate their path to further their education and make an early entrance in the workforce.


AVID® / Closing the Opportunity Gap in Education


AVID® / Closing the Opportunity Gap in Education

AVID’s mission is to close the opportunity gap by preparing all students for college readiness and success in a global society.


Troops to Teachers (proudtoserveagain.com)

Troops to Teachers

Find a job in the teaching profession or hire a service member to fill a critical teaching shortage. Troops to Teachers can help you fulfill your professional goals.


Maureen Stover is the 2020 Burroughs Welcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year (NCTOY). Prior to her position as the NCTOY, she taught biology, earth and environmental science, and advancement via individual determination (AVID) at Cumberland International Early College High School in Fayetteville, Cumberland County, North Carolina. Stover has taught at the elementary, middle and high school levels and worked as an educational consultant for the National Science Teaching Association. She earned a Bachelor of Science in biology from the United States Air Force Academy, Class of 1997, a Master of Arts Education in curriculum and instruction with an emphasis in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) from Adams State University in Colorado, a Master of Arts in Teaching in secondary science from Western Governors University North Carolina, and a Leadership Certificate in STEM education from Teachers College Columbia University. As an educator, Stover is dedicated to improving the educational opportunities for every student through equitable education initiatives and seeks to provide clear pathways for students to successfully enter the career or college program of their choice upon graduation from high school. Prior to becoming a teacher, Stover served as an Intelligence Officer in the United States Air Force.

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