2018 Alumni Honors Gala Save the Date Postcard2018 Alumni Honors Gala Save the Date Postcard
Fifth Annual Alumni Honors Gala

Tickets are now on sale for our 2018 Alumni Honors Gala, set for Friday, April 27 at Venue Six10 in downtown Chicago.

Teacher Sam Rosell points at a computer screen while discussing an assignment with a female student with special education needs.  In the foreground, a Black male student with special education needs is looking at a computer screen and wearing headphones.Teacher Sam Rosell points at a computer screen while discussing an assignment with a female student with special education needs.  In the foreground, a Black male student with special education needs is looking at a computer screen and wearing headphones.
Assistive Technology Scholarship

MEd Special Education prospective students are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding through Project ATLiS to build skills working with assistive technology.

Dean Alfred Tatum and doctoral programs advisor Elise Wilson cut a ceremonial grand ribbon outlining the new dissertation room at the College building.Dean Alfred Tatum and doctoral programs advisor Elise Wilson cut a ceremonial grand ribbon outlining the new dissertation room at the College building.
New Dissertation Room Opens

The College opened a new room dedicated for dissertation defenses, providing new technology for presentations and space to commemorate new doctors in the College.

Research Day 2018

The College held its Ninth Annual Research Day in February, bringing together students, faculty and staff to learn more about ongoing research projects at the College.

2018 Alumni Honors Gala Save the Date Postcard2018 Alumni Honors Gala Save the Date Postcard
Fifth Annual Alumni Honors Gala

Tickets are now on sale for our 2018 Alumni Honors Gala, set for Friday, April 27 at Venue Six10 in downtown Chicago.

Teacher Sam Rosell points at a computer screen while discussing an assignment with a female student with special education needs.  In the foreground, a Black male student with special education needs is looking at a computer screen and wearing headphones.Teacher Sam Rosell points at a computer screen while discussing an assignment with a female student with special education needs.  In the foreground, a Black male student with special education needs is looking at a computer screen and wearing headphones.
Assistive Technology Scholarship

MEd Special Education prospective students are encouraged to apply for scholarship funding through Project ATLiS to build skills working with assistive technology.

Dean Alfred Tatum and doctoral programs advisor Elise Wilson cut a ceremonial grand ribbon outlining the new dissertation room at the College building.Dean Alfred Tatum and doctoral programs advisor Elise Wilson cut a ceremonial grand ribbon outlining the new dissertation room at the College building.
New Dissertation Room Opens

The College opened a new room dedicated for dissertation defenses, providing new technology for presentations and space to commemorate new doctors in the College.

Research Day 2018

The College held its Ninth Annual Research Day in February, bringing together students, faculty and staff to learn more about ongoing research projects at the College.

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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

PBS Newshour profiled Chicago Public Schools' academic gains, featuring EdD Urban Education Leadership alumna Janice Jackson and Patrick McGill and professor Steve Tozer.

Danny Martin and Federico Waitoller are studying math learning among Black students and how students with disabilities perceive school choice.

Alumna and CPS teacher Gina Caneva writes in an op-ed in the Chicago Sun-Times that the district needs an elected school board to live up to its mission.