An early education center cites UChicago CCSR's study on chronic preK absenteeism in CPS and its significance for later achievement and attendance.
UChicago CCSR's new report finds the overwhelming majority of CPS teachers believe the overhauled evaluation system supports professional growth.
UChicago CCSR's Sue Sporte weighs in on a new study on CPS teacher evaluations, finding majority support and some remaining concerns from Chicago's educators.
An editorial looks at UChicago CCSR's new study on Chicago's revamped teacher evaluations, finding potential in educators' overall support for the new system.
UChicago CCSR's new study finds over three quarters of CPS teachers found the revamped teacher evaluations supported their professional growth, though concerns over test scores remain.
Oregon schools examine existing policies targeting absenteeism in light of UChicago CCSR's new report on the critical importance of consistent pre-K attendance.
Sue Sporte weighs in on UChicago CCSR's new study on CPS teacher evaluations, finding educator support for the new system but concerns over school capacity and test scores.
New CPS teacher evaluations show greater skill variance among teachers, as UChicago CCSR finds most Chicago educators believe the new system encourages professional growth.
CPS releases new, more rigorous teacher evaluations as UChicago CCSR's newest report finds most teachers believe the process encouraged professional growth.
Politico cites the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research's new report on CPS teacher evaluations and widespread teacher support.
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