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July 2, 2014

The coaches at the heart of our unique principal preparation model detail how they work with principal candidates.Read more

June 26, 2014

Research on Urban Education Policy Initiative researchers Tim Stoelinga and James Lynn say algebra "summer camps" can be part of a solution towards solving the algebra access problem but should not be viewed as a "silver bullet."Read more

June 24, 2014

Live-tweeting Day 1 of our annual ESL Summer Workshop, with a focus on leveraging the immigration experiences of children in the classroom.Read more

June 23, 2014

A study from the College's Collaborative for Equity and Justice in Education details the negative effects on academic performance, social/emtional well-being, safety and family involvement in schools post-CPS closures.Read more

June 20, 2014

The College's Greg Larnell argues social threats to identify impact math learning.Read more

June 20, 2014

College of Education alumna utilizes a Dean's Community Engagement Grant from the College of Education to build a platform of community resources in a rapidly growing low-income area outside Chicago.Read more

June 9, 2014

The College of Education's Eleni Katsarou says teachers need to channel parents away from simply assisting in homework efforts towards generating substantive conversation on their child's school life.Read more

May 29, 2014

College faculty study how access to special education services differs in charter and neighborhood public schools.Read more

May 22, 2014

Chicago Public Radio reports on new data on suspensions in Chicago Public Schools and charter schools, including a feature on successes at Manley High School, led by EdD Urban Education Leadership student Warren Morgan.Read more

May 19, 2014

At the College of Education, faculty and researchers think about language development beyond simply language acquisition.  Our focus hones in on the cultural and political ramifications of language instruction, for both native and non-native English speakers.Read more

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