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.
In a "we can't believe we're writing about this" moment, check out alumna Gina Caneva in US News & World Report, responding to President Trump's suggestion of arming teachers.Read more
The College's Ninth Annual Research Day brought together students, faculty and staff to share presentations on current research projects and to learn about trends in the field.Read more
The College opened a new room dedicated for dissertation defenses, providing new technology for presentations and space to commemorate new doctors in the College.Read more
Our alumni teachers are combatting the myth that Latina/o students are not interested in STEM fields by demonstrating that passion for math and science can easily be activated by teachers.Read more
The UIC College of Education community is saddened by the death of William H. “Bill” Teale, EdD, University Scholar, administrator and researcher, who passed away on February 3, 2018.Read more
Writing at the Hawk Hopes Blog, the College's Federico Waitoller argues charter schools are an ability and racial project associated to the production of urban space.Read more
UIC's campus reflects Chicago's ethnic and racial diversity. What that diversity actually means in terms of teaching and learning is the focus of student Stephanie Hicks' research.Read more
The College's Center for Urban Education Leadership was featured in the launch video kicking off the UIC IGNITE capital campaign. Alumna Patricia Brekke and Janice Jackson are featured.Read more
Professor Federico Waitoller wrote a recent blog post highlighting the irony of calls for rigor and discipline, when both are used as reasons to move Black and Latino children out of school environmentsRead more
Student Victoria Alvarez's after-school project, My Comics My Story serves as a space for students to engage with and create dialogue around social issues through comics.Read more
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