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November 26, 2014

Alumna Ebony McGee argues Black and Latino students are not disinterested in STEM but face unique hurdles to accessing education and careers.Read more

November 19, 2014

Alumna investigates how dialect leads to misdiagnosis for special education services.Read more

November 7, 2014

The College of Education was featured in the White House Initiative on Educational Excellence for African Americans' Twitter chat on supporting teachers of color.Read more

November 5, 2014

New funding from the Department of Education will boost the Center's principal pipeline to CPS.Read more

October 30, 2014

The College of Education's Rico Gutstein, PhD, professor of curriculum and instruction, was recognized by the University with its Award for Excellence in Teaching.Read more

October 22, 2014

Youth development expert analyzes the growth of LGBT characters on television, including the new show "Orange is the New Black."Read more

October 14, 2014

The College's Edward Podsiadlik prepares teachers to use texts across genres to promote student introspection.Read more

October 8, 2014

Department of Education funding will prepare new researchers at the College who focus on links between severe behavioral challenges and academic performance.Read more

September 29, 2014

Research from the College's Ben Superfine examines the struggles of test scores as a teacher evaluation tool.Read more

September 24, 2014

Funding from the National Science Foundation will both recruit new urban science educators and help retain and further develop current science educators in CPS.Read more

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