NBC’s Cynthia McFadden shines a light on Concordia alumna Jacqueline Dungey, a school principal in Detroit who is knocking on doors to make sure students at home aren’t left behind while school is closed.

Dungey’s charter school, Loving Elementary, shut down March 13 due to COVID-19. After that, some kids went off the radar.

“If they’re not in a safe place and we don’t know where they are, I’m worried,” Dungey told NBC. “Those are still my babies. Those are still my kids.”

Dungey graduated from Concordia’s Master of Science in Education—Educational Administration program in 2012. The master’s degree is a 33-39 credit degree program and may be completed online or at the university’s Mequon Center.

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