UNC SCHOOL OF EDUCATION


6/9/2020 9:10pm

Students prepare for class in Phillips 208 on Monday, March 18, 2019. This is one of five classrooms considered a 'Studio Classroom' and just one type of classroom in Carolina's Flexible Learning Spaces Initiative. The Initiative's purpose is to improve student-focused interaction through the modernization of classrooms.

UNC professor leading project to develop high school science lessons on COVID-19

UNC School of Education Professor Troy Sadler is leading a one-year research project in partnership with researchers from the University of Missouri-Columbia to develop high school curricula about the coronavirus pandemic.  By integrating real world issues into the classroom, Sadler said students can see how the material they are learning can translate to bigger picture issues and inform important decisions in their lives.


2/15/2018 8:03pm

President Donald Trump spoke in the Greensboro Coliseum in June of 2016.

How will the new budget proposal affect education?

 “I feel it’s a rollback of a lot of fairly successful programs — programs that support kids by providing educational access both in the K-12 sector through higher education,” Houck said. “I think they’re really short-changing a lot of our best and brightest students.” 


1/16/2018 8:53pm

UNC senior Rubi Franco Quiroz speaks on Sept. 18 at the DACA in Crisis event, a panel discussion comprised of lawyers, activists and students about how to support the undocumented and DACAmented community.

Stuck in limbo: Future for Dreamers remains uncertain

Amid debates in Congress over the future of DACA, the President’s Alliance on Higher Education and Immigration wrote a letter to the majority and minority leaders of each house urging them to find a resolution for the Obama-era legislation.