Bias-Based Bullying & Election 2016

When election vitriol spills into classrooms, COE's Stacey Horn and Prevent School Violence Illinois' Sarah Schriber recommend these responses.

 

Two students are in a UIC classroom; one female student is answering a professor's question while the second female student is watching and listening.  Other students are in the background.Two students are in a UIC classroom; one female student is answering a professor's question while the second female student is watching and listening.  Other students are in the background.
New Scholarship for Special Education

MEd Special Education prospective students are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding through Project LEAD to improve outcomes for adjudicated youth with disabilities.

Poverty and School Effectiveness

A new report from the Center for Urban Education Leadership found CPS posting academic gains while Illinois districts elsewhere saw achievement drop as poverty rose.

US News Rankings Rise

The College's Educational Policy Studies department rose to #14 in the nation on the strength of its principal preparation program.

Bias-Based Bullying & Election 2016

When election vitriol spills into classrooms, COE's Stacey Horn and Prevent School Violence Illinois' Sarah Schriber recommend these responses.

 

Two students are in a UIC classroom; one female student is answering a professor's question while the second female student is watching and listening.  Other students are in the background.Two students are in a UIC classroom; one female student is answering a professor's question while the second female student is watching and listening.  Other students are in the background.
New Scholarship for Special Education

MEd Special Education prospective students are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding through Project LEAD to improve outcomes for adjudicated youth with disabilities.

Poverty and School Effectiveness

A new report from the Center for Urban Education Leadership found CPS posting academic gains while Illinois districts elsewhere saw achievement drop as poverty rose.

US News Rankings Rise

The College's Educational Policy Studies department rose to #14 in the nation on the strength of its principal preparation program.

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Recent News

Alumna Gina Caneva wrote an op-ed in The Education Post, on "The Story You Haven’t Heard About Why They’re Banning 'To Kill a Mockingbird'" in Mississippi schools.

Alumna and current doctoral student Hannah Natividad is using embodied performance, using body movement and the arts, to make science learning both fun and meaningful to students.

PhD Policy Studies in Urban Education student Laura Ramírez is researching how mothers of immigrant families in the United States are politically advocating for their children.