First Americans' Teacher Education Program (FATE)

The First Americans’ Teacher Education (FATE) grant program has as its primary goal the production of new American Indian teachers for American Indian communities. The program seeks to increase the number of highly qualified American Indian teachers who will teach in schools with significant American Indian student populations. The program proposes to address the shortage of American Indian teachers at all grade levels through a comprehensive strategy that will include licensure preparation and induction support. The program will also institutionalize a culturally relevant program in the School of Education.

Benefits

  • Pays

    • Tuition and Fees
    • Stipends (Employment and Childcare)
    • Books
    • Praxis II Testing Fees
    • Education Supplies
    • Conference Attendance Expenses
  • Provides
    • Praxis II Support workshops
    • Professional Development Seminars
    • Laptop
    • Professional Networking
    • Tutoring Services
    • Induction/Mentoring Support for two full years after graduation

Questions?

Kammala Brayboy, Program Coordinator
Phone: 910.521.6454
Email: kammala.brayboy@uncp.edu

Christopher Conner, Instructional Coach
Phone: 910.521.6740

Email: christopher.conner@uncp.edu