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.

 

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.

UIC students collaborate outside atop the BSB building with the Chicago skyline in the background.UIC students collaborate outside atop the BSB building with the Chicago skyline in the background.
Response to Trump Executive Orders

The College formally responds to President Trump's executive orders on immigration by condemning the order,s defining support for students and declaring a set of values.

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.

 

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.

UIC students collaborate outside atop the BSB building with the Chicago skyline in the background.UIC students collaborate outside atop the BSB building with the Chicago skyline in the background.
Response to Trump Executive Orders

The College formally responds to President Trump's executive orders on immigration by condemning the order,s defining support for students and declaring a set of values.

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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.

Current Students

Dates and deadlines, events, forms, policies and procedures, workshops, weekly e-newsletters, advisor information and more:  find it in our new Current Students section.

Recent News

On Saturday, September 9, College students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and friends came together for a family fest and barbecue to kick-off the 2017-18 academic year.

Adilene Aguilera, MEd Science Education '16, offers ideas for teachers on creating simple, affordable lab experiments in schools facing budgetary pressures.

PhD Special Education prospective students are invited to apply for Project SURGE scholarships, to develop research to serve urban youth with intensive disabilities.