Researchers have identified notable similarities and differences in the UIC context and the Uludağ University.
College of Education professors' investigation reveals miscalculation of students affected by CPS closings.
US News and World Report ranked the College's Educational Policy Studies department #14 in the nation, based on the strength of its principal preparation program.Read more
College Dean Alfred Tatum penned an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune on Chance the Rapper's CPS donation, on the willingness to take action while pursuing traditional channels.Read more
At the 2017 SXSWEdu conference in Austin, Texas, College alumnus and student Roberto Rivera questions the role institutions play in inhibiting students' social-emotional growth.Read more
The College's Benjamine Superfine analyzes a new case seeking to establish a Constitutional right to literacy, based on the 14th Amendment.Read more
The College's Rebecca Woodard argues that leveraging student cultural capital in literacy, like valuing speaking equally with reading, boosts literacy outcomes across subjects.Read more
With the rise of fake news on the web, and President Trump's dialogue on the subject, the College's Nate Phillips offers these recommendations for teaching media literacy.Read more
We're proud to see PhD Literacy, Language and Culture students Rick Coppola and Shawn Reddy named finalists for Chicago's most prestigious teaching award.Read more
At a panel discussion on teacher leadership, COE student and alumni teachers and principals describe how teacher leaders successfully work with community members.Read more
The College's Rebecca Woodard earned the 2016-17 Teaching Recognition Program Award from the UIC Center for the Advancement of Teaching-Learning Communities.Read more
The College's Alfred Tatum pens an op-ed in The Black History Bulletin, arguing if a crisis state exists, a powerful response is needed to move beyond the crisis state.Read more
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