A new University of North Texas grant project called Project STArT — or Systematic Training for Autism Teachers — will provide on-the-job coaching and full scholarships to special education teachers who are seeking master's degrees in special education with a concentration in autism intervention, thanks to a $1.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education.
12th Annual Denton Area Texas Association for the Improvement of Reading (TAIR) conference
sponsored by North Star of Texas Writing Project at the University of North Texas and North Texas Area TAIR
8 a.m. to noon
Saturday, September 28
Guyer High School
750 Teasley Lane, Denton, TX
Counseling and Higher Education
Mark Fincher, Visiting Lecturer, Higher Education
Remarkable. Tremendous. Extraordinary.
All words Wise County pediatrician Dr. Leslie Hollis uses to describe the improvements her son, Christopher, has made over the last year.
Digital scholarship can be anything from university professors using geographic information systems data to map the distribution routes of books and newspapers in 19th-century America to students browsing online museum archives.
Above: Dr. Mike Moses addresses the group at the reception for superintendents on August 8, 2013 at Apogee Stadium.
UNT's Multicultural Center has awarded the 2012-2013 Mean Green Unity Award to the College of Education's Bilingual/ESL Student Organization (BESO).