To Superintendent of Asheboro City Schools Aaron Woody MEd ’04 EdD ’10, leading a school system during a worldwide pandemic doesn’t just mean making executive decisions and signing paperwork. It means doing the work to really figure out how to best support students. And part of that is critically analyzing yourself and your team to […]

The COVID-19 pandemic created many new barriers for administrators to deal with. Adjustment to rapidly changing regulations, establishment of online education, the extended support necessary for students and families, and more all were suddenly brought to the forefront of educators’ minds.  However, as doctoral student and principal of Shuford Elementary Kisha Clemons notes, the pandemic […]

“The role of education is to serve.” And for alumna and Alexander Wilson Elementary School Principal Ashley Westmoreland ‘13 Certification, there’s always work to be done. It’s about knowing the people you serve, having support, and creating the time and space to allow for big conversations about how to promote equity and access. Read more […]

We would like to thank Ms. Lynn Bresko ’82 and Mr. Tom Corrigan for their generous outright and planned gift to establish the Mary Corley Duffy Scholarship in Education, with the intention to provide full tuition for an undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in the UNC Greensboro School of Education. “Teachers have always been an […]

North Carolina’s principals and superintendents have done wonderful work, particularly in the face of the pandemic. Many of these school administrators are Spartans, proud alumni of the UNCG School of Education. Each alumnus has a fascinating story and a unique perspective: An educator is an advocate, and as an administrator you are not only the […]