Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.
Solving Food Scarcity Challenges

Inside Natalie Nash's classroom, GlobalEd 2 curriculum from a College of Education grant project is preparing students to think critically about the world's biggest problems.

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.

 

Cosner Wins Teaching Award

The College's Shelby Cosner earned the UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching for her commitment to preparing the next generation of urban school leaders.

Building Relationships at Chalmers

As a first-year principal at Chalmers Elementary, COE student Romian Crockett is building relationships with parents to address on-track graduation challenges.

Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.Two students are using Google Translate to translate English phrases into Russian, as part of their report on food scarcity for the Global Ed 2 project.
Solving Food Scarcity Challenges

Inside Natalie Nash's classroom, GlobalEd 2 curriculum from a College of Education grant project is preparing students to think critically about the world's biggest problems.

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.

 

Cosner Wins Teaching Award

The College's Shelby Cosner earned the UIC Award for Excellence in Teaching for her commitment to preparing the next generation of urban school leaders.

Building Relationships at Chalmers

As a first-year principal at Chalmers Elementary, COE student Romian Crockett is building relationships with parents to address on-track graduation challenges.

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Recent News

Doctoral students Stephanie Hicks and Aja Reynolds critique the senseless criminalization of Black girls in America's schools in an essay in The Black History Bulletin.

Professor Stacey Horn and Sarah Schriber from Prevent School Violence Illinois analyze the spate of bullying that followed the 2016 election and offer solutions for educators.

EdD Urban Education Leadership student Folasade Adekunle says challenges with student behavior are more of a school culture issue than a problem with kids themselves.