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.
A COE undergradute student's brother was murdered in Chicago; the College community seeks to raise $5,000 to cover funeral and burial costs for the student's family.Read more
As a Peace Corps volunteer in South Africa, alumna Zayoni Torres is implementing strategies from the College's Project ELSMA to honor students' funds of knowledge.Read more
Research from professor P. Zitlali Morales and alumna Peggie Garcia examines how charter school authorizers evaluate schools' ability to serve English language learners.Read more
Alumna Debra Thomas earned Illinois' most prestigious teaching award for her fierce advocacy for meaningful educational opportunities for students with special education needs.Read more
School segregation may be against the law, but professor Megan Hopkins argues in a new book that race-blind policymaking still inhibits equitable schooling opportunities.Read more
Black Male Early Literacy Impact Project director Sakeena Everett earned an AERA dissertation award for her research on traits of academic success for Black boys.Read more
The Center for Urban Education Leadership's Jason Swanson is investigating how White urban principals are tackling sensitive issues of race in schools.Read more
Humphries earned UIC's top teaching award for her work making traditional developmental research relevant and applicable to urban and minority populations.Read more
Making has inspired digital kits, programmable computers, and cheap 3D printing devices to help people get the ideas out of their heads. How can making work in the classroom?Read more
Students throughout UIC are volunteering after-school hours to teach math and writing to elementary students in neighborhoods near UIC through the new UIC ENGAGE program.Read more
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