Science for Protection

In the wake of Flint, PhD Curriculum Studies alumnus Daniel Morales-Doyle says science needs to be a tool of protection for residents of low-income communities.

An Anomaly as a Teacher

As a Black male teacher, alumnus Willie Williams says he is one-of-a-kind in classrooms, but his position brings with it trust from students in Chicago communities.

Alumna teacher Debra Thomas surprised with Golden Apple AwardAlumna teacher Debra Thomas surprised with Golden Apple Award
Alumna Wins Golden Apple Award

Debra Thomas, MEd Special Education '08, won a Golden Apple Award for her work as a special education teacher at Rich East High School.

 

Teacher Star McFarlane with three children.Teacher Star McFarlane with three children.
Taskforce Tackles Early Childhood

The College's Catherine Main is leading a statewide taskforce working with the National Academy of Sciences to examine preparation of the early childhood workforce.

Science for Protection

In the wake of Flint, PhD Curriculum Studies alumnus Daniel Morales-Doyle says science needs to be a tool of protection for residents of low-income communities.

An Anomaly as a Teacher

As a Black male teacher, alumnus Willie Williams says he is one-of-a-kind in classrooms, but his position brings with it trust from students in Chicago communities.

Alumna teacher Debra Thomas surprised with Golden Apple AwardAlumna teacher Debra Thomas surprised with Golden Apple Award
Alumna Wins Golden Apple Award

Debra Thomas, MEd Special Education '08, won a Golden Apple Award for her work as a special education teacher at Rich East High School.

 

Teacher Star McFarlane with three children.Teacher Star McFarlane with three children.
Taskforce Tackles Early Childhood

The College's Catherine Main is leading a statewide taskforce working with the National Academy of Sciences to examine preparation of the early childhood workforce.

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As a College, our community impact prepares practitioners who can work directly inside of their communities to implement strategies and reforms to improve educational outcomes.

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Recent News

School segregation may be against the law, but professor Megan Hopkins argues in a new book that race-blind policymaking still inhibits equitable schooling opportunities.

Black Male Early Literacy Impact Project director Sakeena Everett earned an AERA dissertation award for her research on traits of academic success for Black boys.

The Center for Urban Education Leadership's Jason Swanson is investigating how White urban principals are tackling sensitive issues of race in schools.