New research from the College's Maria Varelas explores how Latino children self-identify as scientists in relationship to teacher strategies and structures.
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Alumna Monique Redeaux-Smith joined the hunger strikers supporting plans to re-open Dyett High School not simply to support a school but to use her agency to advocate for the rights of Bronzeville neighborhood residents to decide their own destinies.
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Every child should have the right to attend a quality school in their own neighborhood, argues alumna Monique Redeaux-Smith. That belief led her to join the Dyett hunger strike.
EdD Urban Education Leadership student and Bowen High School principal Nia Abdullah led a community walk to identify neighborhood resources and partners.
The Center for Urban Education Leadership researcher broke down the impact of the release of Chicago's first PARCC scores on WTTW's Chicago Tonight.