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MATT DANIEL

We were able to learn from distinguished professors and prominent members of the indigenous community. I often say “the best professional development is from the teacher down the hall.” It … Continued

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MARIELA YCHANTE-HUERTA

Ychante-Huerta emphasizes that globally-infused courses help students challenge generalizations or stereotypes, appreciate the diversity and richness of other countries’ cultures, and be more open-minded.

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Darcy Kemp

Focusing on global studies has created a very diverse and caring community that is concerned about the world as a whole….The students learn empathy [and] how to help others.

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April Swarey

World View has been a constant companion and source of understanding since my superintendent, Dr. Myra Cox, first invited me to attend one of their seminars. Taking the classes and … Continued

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Consuelo Maria Johnson

Consuelo recognized the power that teachers have to provide academic and emotional support during this pivotal period, and her students have reaped the benefits of her dedication!

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Dr. Pamela Senegal

Dr. Pamela Senegal is UNC World View’s Educator Spotlight for August 2021. She is the president of Piedmont Community College (PCC) and a member of UNC World View’s Council of … Continued

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