Future Plans for the Moss Street Partnership School
After extensive deliberation, UNC Greensboro and the Rockingham County Schools Board of Education have agreed not to pursue renewal of the Memorandum of Agreement and lease for the Moss Street Partnership School (MSPS). The mutual decision was made in part to address capacity constraints within Rockingham County elementary schools and to accommodate the Board of Education’s desire to maximize the utilization of current facilities and resources. MSPS will continue educational operations for the remainder of the academic year ending June 30, 2023.
CED Students Collect Array of Accolades and Grants
Numerous students in the School of Education’s Department of Counseling and Educational Development (CED) have recently received awards, research grants, or other recognition for the work they are doing and the impact that it will have on the counseling field and local community.
Council for Exceptional Children Adds Holzberg to Board; Pair to Present at Convention
Dr. Debra Holzberg will serve on the Council for Exceptional Children’s (CEC) Executive Board as Publications and Communications Chair for the Division of Learning Disabilities (DLD). Holzberg and Dr. Julie Irene Bost will also be presenting at the 2023 CEC Convention and Expo in March of 2023. Both Holzberg and Bost are Clinical Assistant Professors in the UNC Greensboro School of Education’s Department of Specialized Education Services.
Wilson to Present at 2022 UNC CAUSE Conference
UNC Greensboro’s Carla Wilson, academic technology specialist for the School of Education, has been chosen to present at the 2022 UNC CAUSE Conference which will be held in Charlotte in October.
Cobb One of the Next Generation of Teachers
UNCG’s Makalah Cobb is one of the next generation of educators. The special education and elementary education dual major looks to fill a need in the classroom as she interns this fall and will student teach in the spring. Story from Spectrum News 1.