High school students to learn about teacher ed
Feb 3, 2012 10:37 AM | Print
Approximately 80 Future Educators Association (FEA) students from Wichita high schools will visit the Wichita State University College of Education on Wednesday, Feb. 8-Friday, Feb. 10, to learn and experience firsthand what college life will be like, and what they must do to become a licensed teacher in Kansas.
"College Day @ WSU" is supported by the Wichita Teacher Quality Partnership grant.
The FEA students will learn about becoming a teacher through information on the course of study, scholarship opportunities and financial aid.
They'll participate in classroom observations, a dormitory tour and team building activities, and meet with WSU Student Ambassadors.
For information, contact Ronald Jones at (316) 978-7861 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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