An editorial cites 2012 UChicago CCSR research that found CPS turnarounds showed progress despite continuing to be low-achieving schools.
Priscilla Agbeo, a UChicago Charter School Woodlawn senior headed to Stanford University, is the top $10,000 winner in the Charter-to-College Scholarship competition.
UEI director Tim Knowles comments as District 65 prepares to participate in Illinois' second annual 5Essentials school climate survey.
CCSR director Elaine Allensworth weighs in on the impact perceptions of safety have on school success, as the city monitors CPS's Safe Passage program.
The UChicago Charter School Woodlawn Campus is among the 46 CPS schools selected to pilot the city's new computer science curriculum.
UChicago CCSR director Elaine Allensworth comments on studying what high-performing neighborhood and charter schools are doing right to share best practices.
Mayor Emanuel announces funding to expand UEL-studied math and mentorship programs to 1,000 students, with UEI director Tim Knowles quoted on the programs' power to help young males.
A blog highlights the success of the UChicago Charter School, one of three solutions for inequality highlighted in Greg Duncan and Richard Murnane's book, Restoring Opportunity: The Crisis of Inequality and the Challenge for American Education.
Paul Goren, a candidate for superintendent of Evanston/Skokie District 65, emphasizes his local roots and previous experience serving as executive director UChicago CCSR.
UChicago CCSR finds skill-based sorting has mixed impacts on educational attainment, encouraging careful thought when using the practice.
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