The College of Education



Reading camp
August 18, 2016
The laughter fell in waves at Windsor Park Elementary on this balmy summer night. A light moment would arise and a shower of laughs would fall across the school library; seconds later, its translation would send a second volley tumbling down. Roughly half of the 25 parents in attendance spoke English, the others native Spanish speakers, all of them here to learn how to help their child improve as a reader.

Jordan Todd
August 10, 2016
CMS Teacher of the Year and College of Education alumna Jordan Todd shares her secrets for starting strong in the new academic year.

Kappa Delta Pi Literacy Alive! Logo
July 27, 2016
For the second straight year, the UNC Charlotte chapter of Kappa Delta Pi (KDP), the international honor society in education, has received the top award for its annual service initiative. More than 100 chapters hosted Literacy Alive! events; the Omicron Pi chapter at UNC Charlotte is one of five to win a gold award for 2015-2016.

Freedom School Jubilee
July 18, 2016
For years, UNC Charlotte has served as a host site for Charlotte Freedom School Partners, a non-profit that provides reading-focused summer programs to lower income children. This summer, we were proud to host their jubilee, which brings together all 16 locations and 1,200 students for a final celebration. The energy of that day is something you have to see for yourself.