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September 8, 2017

Alumna Adilene Aguilera, MEd Science Education '16, offers recommendations for teachers on creating simple, affordable lab experiments in schools facing budgetary pressures.Read more

September 1, 2017

PhD Special Education prospective students are invited to apply for Project SURGE scholarships, to develop research to serve urban youth with intensive disabilities.Read more

July 29, 2017

College student and CPS principal Allison Tingwall has made protecting funding for the arts a critical part of her budgeting process at CPS Curie High School on the southwest side.Read more

July 13, 2017

HDL students Dorrian Neeley and Lashawn Evans recently opened UIC's first urban garden, seeking to promote sustainability and low-cost nutritious food for UIC students.Read more

July 5, 2017

Join us for our first fall information sessions on September 16 at the UIC College of Education on our undergraduate, masters and doctoral programs, hosted by advisors and faculty.Read more

June 21, 2017

Professor Federico Waitoller and doctoral student Rhoda Rae Gutierrez have published papers on “Restructuring and Resisting Education Reforms in Chicago’s Public Schools."Read more

June 12, 2017

A new National Science Foundation grant will prepare Chicago high school chemistry students and teachers to study and address urban heavy metal contamination in their communities.Read more

June 6, 2017

A new report from the Center for Urban Education Leadership found CPS posting academic gains amidst high poverty, while Illinois districts elsewhere saw achievement drop as poverty rose.Read more

May 25, 2017

The College's Aria Razfar, PhD, professor of curriculum and instruction, analyzes the linguistics of President Trump's populist appeal in an article in Anthropology News.Read more

May 15, 2017

Doctoral student Heather A. Hathaway Miranda is the newest board member of Families Working Together, a non-profit working with the Oglala Lakota in South Dakota.Read more

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