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The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

The UIC Reading Clinic strengthens Black males in developing their own sense of power over their life choices through literacy and writing.

November 7, 2014 -- The College of Education was featured in the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans' bi-weekly Twitter chat on the pressing needs in education for Black students.

November 5, 2014 -- PhD Literacy, Language and Culture student Colleen Whittingham is investigating how the gaze, gestures and use of bodies in speaking between children and parents impacts literacy learning.

November 3, 2014 -- How does the strength of connectivity between student and school affect Black male students with special education needs? PhD Special Education student Kari Smith is on the case.

October 31, 2014 -- The College's Danny Martin, PhD, professor of curriculum and instruction, argues that STEM education without a moral component is another tool to marginalize Black and Latina/o learners.

October 29, 2014 -- Doctoral student Maisie Gholson is investigating how Black girls' social networks at school impact their opportunities to learn math--and the effects on their pursuit of STEM careers in the future.

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