UNC School of Education

Through curriculum, instruction, research, field experiences and clinical practice, we are preparing students for the leadership roles they will assume in education. From the moment we were founded in 1885 as one of the first professional schools established at the University, we have been supporting students and families in our state and across the nation.

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Autism Advice

Advice on children and young adults with autism

Student Support

Diving deep into the science of learning

Tips on how to stay engaged while learning

Student Support

We’re Here for You

Tips and advice for schooling at home

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TeacherBrain

"I wanted to be that kind of support for teachers."

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A First for Carolina Women

Susan Grey Akers became the first female dean at Carolina...

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Out of A War Zone, Into Classrooms

When she volunteered in her son’s first-grade classroom, she saw a pressing need for better ways to teach.