Contact NCMLE

Do you have questions concerning the latest information about technology, teaming, or middle school curriculum? Do you have a question about instuctional stratgies and are wondering where to go? These resources will help. Need quality professional development for your school or district? Please email us at pd@ncmle.org for more information.

Share Your Best Practices

NCMLE has several publications, and we’re always looking for articles.

• Share your research and best practices in the Middle School Journal, contact journal editor James Davis at  jdavis@highpoint.edu to discuss your article.

• Also contact James Davis at jdavis@highpoint.edu if you’re interested in writing a  monograph. Guidelines for authors and our selection process are here.

Learn NC: K12 Teaching and Learning

LEARN NC gives you what you need for K–12 teaching and learning, when and where you need it.

From the UNC School of Education.

NCMLE Reports & Research Bulletins

• The very first NCMLE newsletter from 1976!

• Dr. William Alexander presente a seminal paper , “The Junior High School a Changing View, ” in 1963. Read this historic document–one of the first publications on middle schools!

• Last Best Chance of 2004: Education Young Adolescents for the 21st Century. Read the report of the North Carolina Middle Grades Task Force.

Professional Development that meets YOUR Needs

Reading Renewal Credit

Many Members are taking advantage of our high-quality, low-cost professional development activities. Check out our reading modules.

Customized Training for your Team or School

Contact us to bring in North Carolina’s leading experts on middle school education. NCMLE can provide professional development in many areas, including:

  • Advisory
  • Scheduling
  • Teaming

  • Classroom Management
  • Differentiated Instruction
  • Middle School Philosophy

  • Content Area PD
  • Planning Time
  • Schools to Watch

and more! E-mail us at pd@ncmle.org and let us work with you to set up affordable, high-quality staff development for your team, grade level, or school.