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February 3, 2022UIC 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
November 18, 2021New 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
September 27, 2021Returning 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
July 27, 2021UIC 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.
July 23, 2021Studies examine different understandings, varieties of diversity
Investigates connection between political ideology, attitudes, and beliefs toward diversity
July 8, 2021Report 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
June 29, 2021Survey measures whites’, Blacks’ views on American identity, guns, political violence
Finds considerable disagreement on the use of violence in certain settings
June 22, 2021College of Education Ph.D student named Presidential Award finalist for science teaching
The Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching is the nation’s highest honor for STEM teachers.
April 26, 2021Spencer grant awarded to UIC researcher to rethink teacher preparation for racialized youth
This project seeks to promote equity for the new teachers of color and their future students.
March 11, 2021New book considers democracy’s future, improving governance
Draws on interviews conducted with everyday citizens of more than 30 countries