Creating a Calm Community

Alumna Adenia Linker is piloting a U.S. Department of Education grant seeking to mitigate the effects of community trauma that impact the classroom.

A Call for Urban School Arts Space

Doctoral student Rachel Harper's research is highlighting tangible learning gaps generated by lack of access to the arts in urban schools.

College Community Fest 2015

Students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends of the College and their families are invited to the College's Community Fest at Curtis Granderson Stadium on August 30.

Decline of Black CPS Teachers

The College's Vickie Trinder says educators need to look at inequities in schooling, not Black teacher candidates.

Creating a Calm Community

Alumna Adenia Linker is piloting a U.S. Department of Education grant seeking to mitigate the effects of community trauma that impact the classroom.

A Call for Urban School Arts Space

Doctoral student Rachel Harper's research is highlighting tangible learning gaps generated by lack of access to the arts in urban schools.

College Community Fest 2015

Students, alumni, faculty, staff, friends of the College and their families are invited to the College's Community Fest at Curtis Granderson Stadium on August 30.

Decline of Black CPS Teachers

The College's Vickie Trinder says educators need to look at inequities in schooling, not Black teacher candidates.

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Recent News

MEd Youth Development alumni Danton Floyd and Julie Davis are re-imagining how urban institutions and spaces can foster healing from trauma in Chicago's Black communities

Doctoral student Rachel Harper's research highlights gaps in arts space in urban schools

College student Brandon Strawn, resident assistant principal at Lindblom High School, built a computer science workshop to attract neighborhood students to the selective enrollment school