Mental health issues are on the rise among all ages. A new School of Education academy provides trauma-informed training to schools and our community. Last year, Arionna Wilkerson was part of the first cohort of UNC Greensboro master’s students placed in Rockingham County Schools to increase trauma-awareness. Now she works at RCS full time as […]

Congrats to KaTrinka Brown (ELC) who was recently featured in a News & Record article, for being named the Piedmont-Triad Region Principal of the Year. KaTrink who was an EdS graduate transferred into our EdD program and is now in her dissertation phase. We are so proud to see her accomplishments! Read more in the […]

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 […]

Candace Heckstall graduated from our TESOL program in 2010 and was one of the participants who went with Dr. Ye He to China as part of the Fulbright-Hays group projects abroad program. She’s now working as a Newcomer specialist at Denver Public Schools and has created some great resources for teachers working with multilingual learners […]