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.
Chicago Public Schools' surging academic growth is a large result of principals shaping student learning. Ed Week tells this story featuring alumnus Patrick McGill.Read more
At the College of Education Commencement ceremony Friday, three members of the same family will all celebrate their graduation and commitment to public education.Read more
Each year, graduating seniors at UIC nominate their best teachers on campus for the Silver Circle Award, with the College's Edward Podsiadlik recognized this year.Read more
April 25, 2018 — The Daily Southtown profiled Juan Hernandez, a graduating senior at Oak Lawn Community High School, who is a member of the College's inaugural Call Me Mister cohort.Read more
PBS Newshour profiled Chicago Public Schools' academic gains, featuring EdD Urban Education Leadership alumna Janice Jackson and Patrick McGill and professor Steve Tozer.Read more
Danny Martin and Federico Waitoller earned funding to advance projects in math learning among Black students and in understanding how students with disabilities perceive school choice.Read more
Alumna and CPS teacher Gina Caneva writes in an op-ed in the Chicago Sun-Times that the district needs an elected school board to live up to its mission.Read more
Sarai Coba-Rodriguez argues traditional methods of research are failing to capture how parents in low-income environments build literacy experiences for children.Read more
New research from the College's Aerika Brittian Loyd finds that youth participating in community-based programming hold key perceptions on program staff that impact self-identity.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
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