The academic and socio-emotional vibrancy of children rests at the heart of the mission of both schools/colleges of education and K-12 school districts. When school districts and universities engage in long-term partnerships that tackle the most challenging problems of practice, high-impact results of student learning and teacher preparation can be achieved.
IPiE will provide the needed infrastructure and leadership to substantially expand the long-term partnerships between UNC Greensboro educational researchers, practitioners, and educational agencies (e.g., school districts and related community organizations) in North Carolina, particularly those in the Piedmont Triad region of North Carolina. This Institute is the first of its kind in North Carolina and is positioned to be a driving force in expanding sustained partnerships between universities and K-12 school districts across North Carolina and the nation.
Principal Preparation for Excellence and Equity in Rural Schools
Launched in 2016, PPEERS is a mutualistic research-practice partnership of 11 rural districts and UNC Greensboro that is focused on a persistent problem of practice in partner districts – a shallow and insufficient pool of educators to se […]Learn More
Piedmont Teacher Residency Partnership
The Piedmont Teacher Residency Partnership (PTRP) is a Teacher Quality Partnership project of UNC Greensboro, in partnership with Rockingham County Schools and Surry County Schools.Learn More
Real World English
Real World English has partnered with UNC Greensboro and Allen Middle School in Guilford County, North Carolina since January 2015 to offer FREE English classes at 4 levels plus STEAM activities for school-age children.Learn More
STEM Teacher Leader Collaborative
The STEM Teacher Leader Collaborative (TLC) at UNC Greensboro is a collaboration of elementary and middle school teachers, university faculty members, graduate students, school and district administrators, and community members passionately […]Learn More
Gate City Writes
Gate City Writes (GCW) facilitates opportunities for teachers to write and teach writing alongside K-12 students in the form of professional development. In addition, GCW supports young writers (grades 3-12) as they draft and publish a text […]Learn More
The Guilford County Schools tutoring partnership aims to build and implement a tutoring recruitment program targeting a diverse group of graduate students to increase the quality and number of tutors available to GCS K-12 students.Learn More
Engaging And Advancing Community-Centered Teacher Development (EnACTeD)
Engaging and Advancing Community-Centered Teacher Development (EnACTeD) is a partnership between UNC Greensboro and Guilford County Schools and Winston Salem/Forsyth County Schools.Learn More
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