All social science education urban affairs

Capitol Building in Washington, DC

September 29, 2022

Research explores how biased perceptions may drive erosion of democratic values in US

Based on two surveys of nationally representative panels of Americans

Young boy drawing with crayons

September 6, 2022

New book explores crisis of early childhood expulsion, suspension practices

UIC early childhood researcher Kate Zinsser aims to bring context to the decisions and greater attention to the issue

Republican Elephant and Democratic Donkey symbols

August 4, 2022

Study examines voters’ threshold for transgressions by political candidates

UIC researchers explore voters’ decisions when they learn their favored candidates have committed moral transgressions

Darrin Collins teaching science in Englewood STEM high school is

February 3, 2022

UIC receives grant to prepare CPS educators to teach next generation of biomedical engineers

The BEST program has taught 27 CPS high school teachers who have gone on to share their learning with thousands

UIC Center for Literacy in coordination with Chicago’s Department of Family and Support Services.

November 18, 2021

New Center for Literacy fellowship focuses on engaging community

The fellowship is designed as an 18-month program that will begin with a pilot group of four scholars this spring semester

Kathryn Chval, dean of the College of Education.

September 27, 2021

Returning to UIC is a homecoming for new College of Education dean

The proven leader and renowned scholar is credited with more than 60 research publications and 18 books

CME Foundation award draft

July 27, 2021

UIC websites offer early science and math resources for teachers of young children

After the success of the Early Math Counts site, a similar resource focusing on science, Early Science Matters was created.

Republican Elephant and Democratic Donkey symbols

July 23, 2021

Studies examine different understandings, varieties of diversity

Investigates connection between political ideology, attitudes, and beliefs toward diversity

Young boy drawing with crayons

July 8, 2021

Report finds fewer early childhood education expulsions following Illinois law

The report, which covers the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 school years, details survey responses from Illinois early childhood professionals

Flag - United States of America.

June 29, 2021

Survey measures whites’, Blacks’ views on American identity, guns, political violence

Finds considerable disagreement on the use of violence in certain settings

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