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Keep up with all the news, events, people and emerging research at UIC’s College of Education.
The Center for Literacy (CFL) is a research and service center devoted to the advancement of literacy.
The Center for the Mathematics Education of Latinos/as (CEMELA) is a consortium of four universities focused on the teaching and learning of mathematics to Latino/a students in the U.S.
The Child and Family Development Center (CFDC) is a public service and research center for young children and their families.
The Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education (CEJE) is a hub for the development of transformative models of urban education.
The Monarch Center (MC) is a national center that provides grant proposal writing and program development support to faculty who are preparing special educators at minority institutions of higher education.
The Prairie Group (PRAIRIE) evaluates programs, policies and initiatives with the goal of improving the quality of education and community life in urban settings.
Studies in Moral Development and Education (SMDE) links educators, scholars and citizens interested in sharing their work and learning more about research, practices and activities in the area of moral development and education.
The UIC Reading Clinic provides high-quality training for reading professions who would be able to address the unique needs of struggling readers and writers and conducting research for developing effective practices for working with struggling readers and writers.
The UIC Education Assessment Clinic (EAC) is a comprehensive assessment clinic in the Special Education department that completes extensive evaluations of children from the Chicagoland area who are referred for academic and behavioral learning assessment.
The Educational Technology Lab (ETL) provides computer support and services for the faculty, students and staff of the College of Education.
Faculty Assistance Center for Technology (FACT) offers College of Education faculty and students assistance in using technology for learning, instruction and assessment
The MESA Laboratory (MESALab) provides Measurement, Evaluation, Statistics, and Assessment consulting services to College of Education faculty and students enrolled in COE courses at UIC.
The African American Male Summer Literacy Institute helps connect young black males to literacy as a possible way out of violence and poverty. Students read and write about their plight and issues affecting their generation, while learning valuable life skills.
All Teachers Teaching All Children (ATTACH) creates opportunities for bilingual and mainstream teachers to collaborate and develop teaching strategies that will enhance educational opportunities for ELLs (English Language Learners).
The Chicago Teacher Partnership Program Faculty Residencies will begin building a comprehensive support and collaboration system for its 20 high-need CPS partner schools as part of the Chicago Teacher Partnership Program.
The Chicago Teacher Partnership Program (CTPP) is a partnership that works to increase the capacity of the universities to build and continuously improve teacher preparation and induction programs.
Expanding the Science and Literacy Curricular Space will result in a set of technology enabled simulations to help middle grade students learning science and writing within the context of their social studies curriculum.
Math Club empowers students to participate fully in the wide range of educational and economic opportunities associated with high-growth occupations by ensuring that they develop appropriate skills and have information about the range of opportunities available to utilize those skills.
Secondary Teachers for English Language Learners (STELL) is responding to a nationwide shortage of secondary teachers trained in English as a second language and bilingual education.
Teacher Leaders for Children (TLC) aids practicing bilingual special educators’ reach English Language Learners (ELLs).
A Tool-kit for Identifying Social Rejection in Grades K to 3 will work toward the development of a suite of reliable, valid, efficient, usable, feasible and easily interpretable social-emotional learning assessments.
Transforming Literacy, Science, and Math Through Participatory Action Research (LSciMAct) provides professional development for cohorts of bilingual and mainstream K to 8 teachers from schools with predominantly working class English Language Learners (ELLs).
UIC Early Reading First projects involve a collaborative team of early childhood teachers, school administrators, university faculty, early literacy coaches and advanced graduate students in building centers of early literacy excellence for three- and four-year-old children in urban Chicago schools.