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UNT earns grant to research adult literacy program this fall


This fall, University of North Texas students are designing and implementing an adult literacy program — called the Extensive Reading Program — in collaboration with the Denton Public Library,<

Outstanding faculty recognized during Salute to Faculty Excellence Week

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As part of UNT’s Salute to Faculty Excellence Week, the College of Education recognized faculty who received awards from the college and university throughout the past year at a special reception on

Wickstrom receives $480,000 grant for South Texas writing project


This year, students in South Texas will learn tips to strengthen their writing skills in a variety of classes -- including math, science, reading, English and more -- with the help of the University of North Texas'

Alumna to address reading, writing conference

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What: 13th Annual Denton Area T.A.I.R. Conference — Navigating Your Path as a Lifelong Literacy Leader

When: 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Sept. 20 (Saturday)

Conference for educators of grades 4-12 to focus on teaching history through biography

What: "Leadership and Legacy Through Biography" — The 2014 Teaching of History Conference presented by the University of North Texas Department of History. Featuring Randolph "Mike" Campbell, Lone Star Professor of Texas History at UNT, as keynote speaker.

When: 8 a.m.-1 p.m. Sept. 20 (Saturday)

Where: UNT's Business Leadership Building, 1307 W. Highland St., Denton

Two from COE earn national honors from Kappa Delta Pi

A University of North Texas College of Education student and a recent graduate earned national recognition from Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education.

GenTX Day at UNT introduces middle schoolers to campus, promotes college enrollment

This photo of the visiting students was featured in the Denton Record Chronicle on June 4 and photos from the day also received several awards in the GenTX PicTour contest, including First Place in the community category.

What changes in math are expected for schools this fall? Colleen Eddy explains

When parents sit down to help the kids with math homework this fall, what changes can they expect from last year? Colleen Eddy, associate professor of mathematics education in the College of Education, explains the changes in state math standards that take effect this fall. "Some of the major changes will occur in eighth grade mathematics and algebra," Eddy said.

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