All College of Education

An apple on a desk with a chalkboard in the background

August 5, 2019

UIC awarded $4.7 million NSF grant to enhance K-8 math instruction, professional development in south Cook County

Project aims to get teachers, schools and districts on the “same page”

June 17, 2019

UIC project helps CPS kids learn science through art, movement

A focus of the joint initiative is to create and disseminate an arts-enriched science learning model that can be adopted nationwide.

Students walking on campus

June 10, 2019

UIC’s College of Education launches urban higher education master’s program

Program aims to answer the increasing need for qualified leaders to run urban, higher education institutions

Janice Jackson

November 19, 2018

CPS Chief Janice Jackson on UIC: ‘I made the right choice’

‘What UIC taught me is the importance of being an instructional leader.’

Eddie Taylor Jr., Evan Taylor, and Kara Taylor

May 9, 2018

College of Education commencement a family affair

Three members of the same family celebrate achievements together

July 10, 2017

Urban garden addresses food insecurity

College of Education students address food insecurity, sustainability

view of hands among chemistry glassware

June 9, 2017

NSF grant to support program tackling ‘heavy metals’ in Chicago

Three-year project expected to involve 500 to 600 CPS students

Upstate/Downstate report

June 6, 2017

Poverty . . . an equal opportunity ‘disrupter’ of student success

55 school districts analyzed statewide

Benjamin Elijah Mays

June 24, 2015

Free summer program seeks future black male education scholars

Nationally known educators will teach African American high school seniors

April 23, 2015

Principals, parents work together for literacy

Reading education program focuses on African American boys

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