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  • ELC Students and Alums Earn $4.5 Million in Grants for Guilford County Schools - GREENSBORO — Four schools in Guilford County are set to receive up to $1.5 million each from the state over 3 1/2 years to pursue projects to improve student performance. Three out of the four schools have Educational Leadership and Cultural Foundations (ELC) alumni and current students in leadership and administrative positions: Dr. Chelsea Smith (Principal at […]
  • Recognizing New Members of the John H. Cook Society – January 2020 - Receiving a scholarship can make a huge impact on an aspiring educator’s success at UNC Greensboro. It reduces their student debt and adds a vote of confidence to the belief that they can make a difference in the world. We thank the following members of the John H. Cook Society for adding fund to the following scholarships in the […]
  • Partnership Between UNCG & SWIFT Education Center will Support the Development of Equity Leaders - UNC Greensboro will partner with University of Kansas SWIFT Education Center and Cumberland County Schools to support the development of Equity Leaders through the SWIFT Education Center Equity Leadership program.  These efforts are being led by Dr. Kimberly Kappler Hewitt — Director of Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools (PPEERS) at the […]
  • Gov. Roy Cooper Announces North Carolina Will Receive $56 Million to Promote Children’s Well-Being and Early Learning - RALEIGH: Governor Roy Cooper announced today that North Carolina will receive $56 million in federal funding over the next seven years to support children’s health and well-being, improve access to high-quality early learning for families across the state and invest in the state’s early childhood workforce. The federal funding is one of the state’s largest […]
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