The College of Education



Latinos and Education Logo
February 4, 2016
The Charlotte Observer examines the increase in Latino students in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools through the lens of a recent forum lead by College of Education faculty.

UNC Charlotte Campus
February 4, 2016
A report co-authored by UNC Charlotte Educational Leadership Professor Mark D’Amico indicates community colleges continue to feel economic pressures following the Great Recession, pressures that can make it more difficult for students to access higher education.

Union County Public Schools Logo
January 19, 2016
A new UNC Charlotte College of Education partnership underway in Union County is allowing a group of teachers to earn a Master’s degree in education through a new model that brings that graduate classroom to them. The pilot program offers 16 teachers in high priority middle and high schools the opportunity to earn an M.Ed. at a significantly reduced rate, while collaborating with College of Education professors on site near their home schools.

College of Education Building
January 11, 2016
It’s lunchtime on a Tuesday and 220 North Carolina science and math teachers are listening to man talk about shoveling lemur poop.