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- Meet the Community Non-Profits
- Outreach Spring Conference Series
- Brown Bag Series
- WCE Speaker Series
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Research & Highlights
Keep up to date with the exciting things our faculty and staff are doing. Visit our Research & Highlights page >
Recent News & Events
Michael Apple, "Is This Really Democratic? Understanding and Challenging Misguided Reforms in Education"
Michael W. Apple is the John Bascom Professor of Curriculum and Instruction and Educational Policy Studies at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. He has written extensively on the politics of educational reform and on the relationship between culture and power. View the March 17, 2014 presentation >
Discover what’s happening with the non-profits in our community in 2013-2014!
WCE faculty, staff, and students are invited to meet the local non-profits through a presentation series highlighting successful theories, practical applications, and service learning/volunteerism in our community. View archived presentations >
For additional information, please contact Deloris Rhodes, Outreach Liaison at 910-962-7256 • email@example.com
All faculty, staff, students and community members are invited to join us for lunchtime presentations throughout our fall and spring semesters.
UNCW's Watson College of Education Proposal Wins $50,000!
Wilmington, NC (February 11, 2014) - The University of North Carolina Wilmington’sWatson College of Education Beginning Teaching Matters Project (BT Matters), won a $50,000 grant, the University announced today. The award, Emerging Issues Prize for Innovation in Education, was presented to the Watson team this morning at the annual Emerging Issues Forum held in Raleigh.
BT Matters seeks to address issues of teacher retention by immersing beginning teachers in the culture of their local community and providing them with a community-based network of support.
Internationalizing Education Conference
As part of the iWeek festivities at UNCW we invite you to join the Watson College of Education International Committee for this conference featuring faculty and student presentations from a variety of units on campus.
- N.C. teachers & parents see legislative changes as harmful, survey finds
- WCE Hosts Legislative Forum
- PDS University-School Partnership Agreement Signing
View photos of the ceremony > or Read the WECT article >
- WCE Alumni & Partnership Teachers Receive Awards
- CESTEM Gets the Grants!
- Students Graduate from the Youthbuild Program at UNCW
- Duplin County Pilots Self-Mentoring Program in District
- ELMS hosts "Response to Instruction and English Language Learners: National, State and Local Issues"
- Portrait Unveiling of Dr. Cathy Barlow