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.
Research from the College's Danny Martin on racial heirarchies in mathematics abilities was cited in an Atlantic article about the impact of race on math teaching and learning.Read more
The College of Education is co-sponsoring the second annual ChiTeen Lit Fest, bringing together teen writers, poets, artists, lyricists and media creators from around the city.Read more
The Center for Urban Education Leadership's analysis of test score data for Illinois' 55 largest districts was featured in the Quincy Herald-Whig, highlighting gains versus socioeconomics.Read more
There is perhaps no greater sign of the choices our society makes than this: by 2027, smartphone literacy levels will surpass those of some 24 million adult Americans.Read more
Alumna Sara Manseau leads an innovative partnership with Instacart and Whole Foods, preparing students with special education needs with meaningful employment skills.Read more
At North Lawndale College Prep, MEd Special Education student Dorothea Tobin leads a knitting club mitigating exposure to trauma and offering meaningful employment.Read more
US News and World Report ranked the College's Educational Policy Studies department #14 in the nation, based on the strength of its principal preparation program.Read more
College Dean Alfred Tatum penned an op-ed in the Chicago Tribune on Chance the Rapper's CPS donation, on the willingness to take action while pursuing traditional channels.Read more
At the 2017 SXSWEdu conference in Austin, Texas, College alumnus and student Roberto Rivera questions the role institutions play in inhibiting students' social-emotional growth.Read more
The College's Benjamine Superfine analyzes a new case seeking to establish a Constitutional right to literacy, based on the 14th Amendment.Read more
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