From the dean: Looking back, looking forward
Dean Bill McDiarmid

As I begin my fifth year as dean of the School of Education, I’ve been reflecting back over the past four years as well as looking down the road to see where we need to be going. ... [Read more]

45 Years at Carolina: A Q&A with Gerry Unks
Dr. Gerald Unks

Gerry Unks has retired from the School of Education, after 45 years of teaching. He recently sat for an interview, in which he talked about his inspirational teachers, how he leads a class, among other topics. ... [Read more]

Patrick Akos elected to national counseling board
Dr. Patrick Akos

Professor Patrick Akos, coordinator of the school counseling program at the School of Education, has been elected to the board of directors of the American School Counselor Association. ... [Read more]

Lynne Vernon-Feagans program listed among 'promising'
Dr. Lynne Vernon-Feagans

The Targeted Reading Intervention, a professional development program developed by School of Education faculty member Lynne Vernon-Feagans that trains teachers to better help struggling readers, has been listed by two organizations as a “promising” program with evidence that demonstrates its effectiveness. ... [Read more]


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Mini Page Archive provides Black History Month resources

Teachers looking for ways to engage their students during Black History Month have a new way to use an old favorite classroom resource: The Mini Page. LEARN NC has published three new lesson plans for Black History Month. ... [Read more]

LEARN NC helping develop geospatial technology curriculum

A consortium including LEARN NC, UNC-Chapel Hill School of Education’s outreach arm, has been awarded a $43,600 grant to help create a curriculum for grades 6-8 that uses geospatial technology to integrate humanities content with science, technology, engineering and mathematics skills.... [Read more]