Save the Date: Alumni Gala

Mark your calendars for our third annual Alumni Recognition Gala with dinner, drinks, dancing and alumni awards on April 29 at The Ivy Room in Chicago.

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Classroom Instant Replay

Alumna Kathryn Chval is using head-top cameras to show how Latino students' math learning opportunities are influenced by teacher decisions.

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Winter Magazine: The Fight for Dyett

Meet College students and alumni who went on hunger strike to advocate for Dyett High School and the eduational agenda of Black Chicagoans living in Bronzeville.

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Race in the Classroom

PhD Literacy, Language and Culture student Marcus Croom is investigating how teaching and learning create race in the classroom.

Save the Date: Alumni Gala

Mark your calendars for our third annual Alumni Recognition Gala with dinner, drinks, dancing and alumni awards on April 29 at The Ivy Room in Chicago.

Latino boy working on a graphing problemLatino boy working on a graphing problem
Classroom Instant Replay

Alumna Kathryn Chval is using head-top cameras to show how Latino students' math learning opportunities are influenced by teacher decisions.

Dyett High School Hunger StrikeDyett High School Hunger Strike
Winter Magazine: The Fight for Dyett

Meet College students and alumni who went on hunger strike to advocate for Dyett High School and the eduational agenda of Black Chicagoans living in Bronzeville.

Black high school student working on a science lessonBlack high school student working on a science lesson
Race in the Classroom

PhD Literacy, Language and Culture student Marcus Croom is investigating how teaching and learning create race in the classroom.

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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.

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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

Like many of the arts, poetry is disappearing from urban classrooms. The College-hosted Chicago Poetry Institute is showing poetry is a key tool developing literacy skills.

MEd Educational Studies student Nestor Rico is taking restorative justice practices to the playground at CPS Davis Elementary as the Play with Potential recess coordinator.

Following the release of new test score data, CPS said Black and Latino students showed "important progress" in reading and math. COE researchers came to a different conclusion.