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- GCS Students and Families Enjoyed Dual Language Literacy Day at UNC Greensboro on April 13, 2019- On April 13, 2019, children and families from Allen Jay and Hunter elementary schools participated in the Dual Language Literacy Day activities at UNC Greensboro. Allen Jay and Hunter are two schools in Guilford County Schools (GCS) that started the dual language programs in Spanish and Urdu last year. With over 40% of students in […]
- Annual UNCG International Festival (I-Fest) Promotes Cultural Awareness and Appreciation- On April 6th, the 2019 International Festival (I-Fest) took place at UNC Greensboro, bringing out members of the UNCG community as well as many local community members. The School of Education (SOE) International Committee and the Coalition for Diversity in Language and Culture also participated in the event and engaged participants in activities that promote […]
- Congratulations Oliver M. Thomas!- 2019 Graduate Research and Creativity Expo – Winner Congratulations to Oliver M. Thomas, ELC’s Ph.D. candidate for his recent success! Oliver is one of the 15 outstanding graduate student winners of the 2019 Graduate Research and Creativity Expo for his project titled “Students Can Change Systems of Oppression.” Oliver’s research wrestles with the tension between […]
- International Teaching Experience Opportunity- In July 2019, there will be an international opportunity for American Educational Professions to travel to China for a unique teaching opportunity through a Chinese STEM Summer Camp. They are looking for teachers/college students interested in teaching who might want to apply to the program. They are especially looking for Kindergarten/1st grade age science teachers […]
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