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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.

May 28, 2014 -- Maisie Gholson's ongoing doctoral research on how a young Black girls' social network influences their learning mathematics was recognized by the Natioanal Academy of Education.

May 22, 2014 -- Every two weeks, the College of Education joins a nationwide discussion hosted by the White House Initiative on Academic Excellence for African Americans.

May 20, 2014 -- When challenged with a situation of racial bias in her 4th grade student teaching classroom, Yasmeen Elayyan devised an innovative literacy curriculum to get her students talking about their differences.

May 19, 2014 -- Each summer, the College of Education hosts leading experts in English as a second language instruction and cultural pedagogy for multicultural urban learners for a two-day summer workshop for Chicago area educators June 24-25.

May 16, 2014 -- Laura McGowan-Robinson always knew she would start her own school. She never knew her school would revolutionize the meaning of school choice.

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