GREENSBORO, NC — The Wallace Foundation recently announced a $102 million grant initiative to support eight large school districts around the country in building principal pipelines that can produce school leaders capable of advancing their own district’s vision of equity. Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Schools (WSFCS) is one of the eight districts chosen to be part of […]

Dr. Gay Ivey, the William E. Moran Distinguished Professor in Literacy in the Teacher Education and Higher Education Department, was recently featured on the Classroom Caffeine Podcast. In each episode of Classroom Caffeine, listeners hear from a leading education researcher or practitioner who shares what they want others to know about their work. Each conversation […]

Dr. Jennifer Deaton received the 2021 ACES Research Grant award for the project titled, “Development and Validation Study of the Vicarious Post-traumatic Growth Inventory (VPTGI).” The study aims to further develop the VPTGI and establish a tool to support facilitating vicarious post-traumatic growth within supervision. This is the first award to support Dr. Deaton’s research team, M.O.R.E. […]

Congratulations to Dr. Edna Tan, professor in the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE), on being named the second recipient of the Jennifer Smith Hooks ’76 and Jacob T. Hooks Distinguished Professorship in STEM Education. The professorship, announced in the fall of 2016, is a pivotal component of the UNC Greensboro School of […]

Dr. Holt Wilson, associate professor of Mathematics Education in the Department of Teacher Education and Higher Education (TEHE), recently received new funding from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for the project “Collaborative Research: Co-Designing for Statewide Alignment of a Vision for High Quality Mathematics Instruction [VISIONS].” The collaboration is between UNC Greensboro and three other […]