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.
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
Alumna Gina Caneva wrote an op-ed in The Education Post, on "The Story You Haven’t Heard About Why They’re Banning 'To Kill a Mockingbird'" in Mississippi schools.Read more
Alumna and current doctoral student Hannah Natividad is using embodied performance, using body movement and the arts, to make science learning both fun and meaningful to students.Read more
PhD Policy Studies in Urban Education student Laura Ramírez is researching how mothers of immigrant families in the United States are politically advocating for their children.Read more
Through a grant from the UIC Institute for Policy and Civic Engagement, professor Dalal Katsiaficas and students are exploring civic engagement on for immigrant-origin students at UIC.Read more
Principal Joe Shoffner, EdD Urban Education Leadership '16, describes strategies for crafting a school environment that cares for the whole student, beyond academic needs.Read more
Featured at the Bush Institute website, professor Steve Tozer argues that developing early childhood education leaders is key to closing communication gaps between grades.Read more
Check out how one College of Education alumna is building connections with science to the lived experiences of students at an CPS alternative high school.Read more
Inside Natalie Nash's classroom, GlobalEd 2 curriculum from a College of Education grant project is preparing students to think critically about the world's biggest problems.Read more
On Saturday, September 9, College students, faculty, staff, alumni, donors and friends came together for a family fest and barbecue to kick-off the 2017-18 academic year.Read more
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