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    Malbert Smith III ’77 (M.Ed.), ’80 (Ph.D.) and Alisa Smith have been blown away by the response to both of their challenges and the generosity of the UNC School of Education community. They will give another $25,000 if 25 more donors make a gift to the School today!

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    Malbert Smith III ’77 (M.Ed.), ’80 (Ph.D.) and Alisa Smith were so enthused by the response to their first challenge that they will give an additional $25,000 if 25 more donors make a gift to the UNC School of Education.

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    Malbert Smith III ’77 (M.Ed.), ’80 (Ph.D.) and Alisa Smith will give $25,000 if 25 donors make a gift to the UNC School of Education.

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    Thank you for your gift!  

    The gift you make today through the UNC School of Education enables our community to realize the transformative power of education, and — in turn — redefine what it means to educate. Education has the power to break down barriers, lift up individuals, and empower communities to rise and thrive.  

    Your investment in the UNC School of Education is an investment in communities in North Carolina and beyond. 

    On behalf of our faculty, staff, students, alumni, and North Carolina communities — thank you. We are grateful and honored to know that you are a Tar Heel committed to North Carolina students and educators, and to field-advancing education research. We share your commitment to Propel the World through education! 

    Learn more about how we Propel the World at ed.unc.edu/propel.

    Once you make your GiveUNC gift, you will be prompted to share why on social media. Let your friends and followers know why and how you Propel the World! #GiveUNC #PropeltheWorld 

     

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    With an increased need for mental health care as a result of COVID-19, school psychologists have never been more important. @WRAL looks in-depth at N.C.'s shortage, speaking to faculty member Steve Knotek and alumnae Letanya Love and Jennifer DiGiovanna. https://bit.ly/37ave0q

    Victor Boles ('21 M.Ed.) became a counselor to be the person that he needed in school. As a school counseling intern, he joined his school's trauma-informed leadership and equity teams and drew from his own experiences to make the school more inclusive ➡️ http://unc.live/3rP8LQ8

    .@Lys_Morrison ('94 B.A., '97 M.A.T., '07 Ed.D.), @UNCSchoolofEd asst. dean for educator prep & accreditation, was selected to participate in @UNC_System's Bridges Academic Leadership Program which is designed to strengthen academic leadership. ➡️ http://unc.live/3ycxSyN

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