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Denton students, community gather thousands of books to help children in Uganda in project started by faculty member

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Left to right: Zoe, Taylor, Emily, Ariana and Lindsay, Denton ISD students who helped gather books for Ugandan children this spring.

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Marc Cutright in Africa, where he is currently serving as a Fulbright scholar

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

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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.

How do you keep kids’ brains busy in the summer? Alexandra Leavell shares tips

The lights are out in the schools for the summer, but how do you keep the wheels turning in your kids' minds while they're at home for a few months?

College honors outstanding graduate research, grant recipients

Dean Jerry Thomas hosted a special reception May 8 to celebrate the success of our master’s and doctoral graduates for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Special guest Cathy Bryce ('91 Ph.D.) welcomed graduates as the newest members of the UNT alumni family, and Mark Wardell, dean of UNT’s Toulouse Graduate School, congratulated the students on their achievements.

New online master’s level courses in bilingual and ESL education to be offered fall 2014

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Faculty to serve as UNT ambassadors in Mexico

Nancy Nelson, professor and Meadows Chair for Excellence in Education, and Ricardo González-Carriedo, assistant professor, both from the Department of Teacher Education and Administration, will participate in UNT's Faculty Abroad Seminar in Mexico this month.

Graduating student Kelly Savage finds inspiration at UNT to help others

SavageSuccess doesn't happen overnight. Kelly Savage knows that better than anyone.

Nineteen years after her high school graduation, Kelly Savage is realizing her dream of earning a college degree. And now, she wants to become a teacher, helping others on that same path to education.

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