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.
Patrick Lentz has helped run Rustic Falls Nature Camp for years, now in memory of his father. He's also pursuing a career at a non-profit in the BA HDL program.Read more
The Center for Urban Education Leadership's Steve Tozer says strong principals act as a bulwark against the effects of rapid changes in districtwide leadership, in Chicago and other urban centers.Read more
Creativity and imagination aren't the education buzzwords in vogue these days, but the College's Edward Podsiadlik says a return to these themes in needed in the middle grades.Read more
Professors Marie Tejero Hughes and Sandra Magaña are going global by expanding a parent educational intervention designed for Latino parents in the U.S. to Colombia.Read more
Teacher nightmares are actually a real thing, not just when students dress up for Halloween. Alumna Roxanna Elden shares her thoughts on the K-12 Engineering Education podcast.Read more
Alumna Kristin Kopta is leading the Pennoyer School District west of Chicago, seeking to rebuild early childhood education services in the face of austerity.Read more
ntensive literacy and writing experiences for Chicago-area Black boys at the UIC Reading Clinic are changing stereotypical narratives about Black boys' academic pursuits.Read more
PhD Policy Studies in Urban Education student Laura Ramírez is researching how mothers of immigrant families in the United States are politically advocating for their children.Read more
UIC College of Education faculty and graduate students are working to strengthen math instructional practices in Chicago Public Schools' Network 10.Read more
College researcher Paul Zavitkovsky questions a Chicago Tribune editorial citing national data to support charter school expansion, noting these trends don't hold in Chicago.Read more
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