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.
Alumna Kathleen Rafferty earned the RJ Hannon Service to Students award at Hersey High School for her insistence on inclusion of students with special education needs.Read more
The Center for Urban Education Leadership's Steve Tozer was featured in The Atlantic questioning New York City's model of hiring one principal to lead two schools.Read more
At Curie High School, led by EdD Urban Education Leadership student & principal Allison Tingwall, a student vocal group called Musicality made its debut on America's Got Talent.Read more
Alumnus Dave Stieber writes in the Huffington Post that responses to Black death are frequently attempts to ignore racism and avoid talking about sticky issues of race.Read more
Chicago-area youth attended two week-long summer camps at the College's Educational Technology Lab, exploring robotics, coding, 3D printing and more.Read more
The College's summer literacy workshop for Black boys was featured in the Chicago Sun-Times, profiling how Boys College provides advanced literacy experiences.Read more
EdD Urban Education Leadership student Patrick McGill is leading a unique partnership with Northwestern Medicine to mentor Westinghouse Prep students for careers in medicine.Read more
At the UIC Reading Clinic's Boys College, young Black males from across Chicago are developing their identities as writers, building literacy skills often shortchanged in urban schools.Read more
All kids need learning experiences with technology, but new types of antisocial behavior can damage students’ abilities to learn when using digital technologies.Read more
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