The Chicago Tribune reports on the Consortium's latest district report on the progress of CPS in terms of high school and college graduation rates.
The work of the Urban Education Institute (UEI) is often featured in the news. Here is a sampling.
Sara Ray Stoelinga explains why budget cuts can harm decades of progress in CPS.
The UEI-validated Turnaround Arts program is continuing to expand across the nation through a new strategic partnership.
Elaine Allensworth weighs in on why it is not surprising that Chicago State University has an 11% graduation rate, and offers potential starting points for improvement.
Indianapolis pilots 5Essentials as part of an effort to add nuance to measures of school quality.
The Consortium's Camille Farrington weighs in on the discussion of how to most effectively measure student progress.
Jenny Nagaoka, Deputy Director of the Consortium, is quoted on this piece about what schools can do to support their students, not only in getting to college, but getting through it as well.
The Consortium's School Closings report is cited in this piece analyzing the cost-saving and other impacts of various large-scale school closings efforts.
Huffington Post explores latest research by Jenny Nagaoka, Deputy Director of the Consortium on School Research, on the developmental framework for adult success.
Tim Knowles weighs in on the challenges facing the new Detroit Public Schools - and suggests that Freshman OnTrack is a good place to begin.