A collection of UEI press releases.
Urban Education Institute appoints prominent Chicago educator William Olsen to advance exemplary practice in urban schooling
For Immediate Release
Contact: Seong-Ah Cho
University of Chicago
Urban Education Institute
City and Urban Education Lab announce expansion of tutoring and mentoring effort
For Immediate Release:
Media Contact: Jann Ingmire
University of Chicago
Gift from Steven and Priscilla Kersten supports UEI's work cited as national example
Urban Education Institute names John W. Gasko CEO of UChicago Impact to advance education innovation at scale
John W. Gasko, an experienced leader in scaling best practices and innovation in education, has been named Chief Executive Officer of UChicago Impact.
The Wallace Foundation supports UChicago CCSR review of research on college, career-relevant noncognitive factors
New York (Dec.
New Case Study Honors Parent Voice in Educating Children from Birth-to-College, Highlights Need for Greater Family-School Partnership
The final case study from The Ounce and the University of Chicago Urban Education Institute (UEI) Birth-to-College Partnership addresses the disconnect between the essential value parents bring to their children's education and the lack of attention given to parental voice in the birth-to-college discussion.
Urban Education Institute names Pulitzer winner, leading policy expert Cornelia Grumman to propel national outreach
Leading expert in education policy advocacy will advance UEI’s mission to create reliably excellent urban schooling at scale
Crown gift to advance University of Chicago Urban Education Institute’s work to improve urban schooling in Chicago and nationwide
$10 million commitment from Paula and James Crown will support key UEI initiatives in urban schooling, teaching, leadership
The overwhelming majority of teachers and principals in Chicago Public Schools (CPS) believe the overhaul of the district’s teacher evaluation system has promoted teacher growth and instructional improvement, finds a new report from the Universit
Students who attend preschool regularly are significantly more likely than chronically absent preschoolers to be ready for kindergarten and to attend school regularly in later grades, a new report from the University of Chicago Consortium on Chic