March 8, 2021

Reaching New Heights with North Carolina TOY Maureen Stover - PC070

Reaching New Heights with North Carolina TOY Maureen Stover - PC070

North Carolina Teacher of the Year Maureen Stover shares her inspiring journey from the Air Force to the classroom.


North Carolina Teacher of the Year Maureen Stover.

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Extra Credit with Maureen Stover

  • Talk about the platform that you’re presenting as North Carolina’s Teacher of the Year
  • Discuss Maureen’s college experience and why she never thought she’d be a teacher
  • NC Faces and Voices of Equity project.

You can learn about the 2020 NC Regional Teachers of the Year Team’s Faces and Voices of Equity project by liking our Facebook page at North Carolina Educators for Equity (https://www.facebook.com/EdForEquity) or by following us on Twitter @Ed_for_Equity and show us your impact on equity by using the hashtag #EquityFootprint. You can also follow me on my ToY journey on Twitter @StoverScience.

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Maureen Stover

2020 Burroughs Wellcome Fund North Carolina Teacher of the Year, Science Teacher at Cumberland International Early College High

Maureen Stover is the 2020 Burroughs Wellcome 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.