A collection of UEI feature stories.
Consortium Director Elaine Allensworth weighs in on the discussion around early-warning indicators as more predictive of future student success than test scores.
New Consortium Reports Explore Improvements in High School Graduation and Degree Attainment Rates for Chicago Public Schools
New Study Examines How REACH Students Teacher Evaluation Scores Relate to School, Teacher Characteristics
A new research report from the University of Chicago Consortium on School Research (Consortium) finds teachers with the lowest scores on the REACH Students
OCT. 13, 2015 — Dayna Dion, an expert in large-scale brand, media, and communication strategies, has been named the Senior Director of National and Global Engagement of the University of Chicago Urban Labs and the Urban Education Institute (UEI).
New Report Finds Racial Disparities in Suspension Rates Driven by Schools with Concentrated Disadvantage
Students’ risk of suspension is more strongly determined by which school they attend than by their backgrounds—including their race, gender or income.
In the first comprehensive analysis of Illinois’ statewide survey of school climate and learning conditions, a new report released Tuesday by the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research (UChicago CCSR) finds systematic differences among schools in the degree to which students
CHICAGO (June 23) – Amid growing recognition that strong academic skills alone are not enough for young people to become successful adults, a new comprehensive report offers wide-ranging evidence to show what young people need to develop from preschool to young adulthood to succeed in college and
Op-Ed: "Chicago Hope" Despite challenges, Chicago high schools have improved graduation rates and are striving for greater levels of college attainment.
Op-Ed by Sara Ray Stoelinga, originally published in U.S. News and World Report.
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