An editorial feature on Chicago's long reform history cites the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research's work on school organization and the eras of CPS reform.
UChicago CCSR's data on adolescent literacy reflects the difficulty of boosting reading skills for high school students years below grade level.
UChicago CCSR's Elaine Allensworth comments as educators struggle with adolescent literacy, discussing findings that showed few results to double-dose English.
UChicago CCSR's Elaine Allensworth comments on Chicago's alternative high schools, credited for reducing the CPS dropout rate by 7% in the last decade.
An editorial take on the history of CPS reform and school closings cites the work of the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.
UChicago CCSR Report Finds Teens Flock to YOUmedia Digital Learning Center to Create, Innovate, Hang Out
As new initiatives to exploit technology and digital media for learning sweep the country, the YOUmedia learning center for teens at the Harold Washington Library in downtown Chicago demonstrates both the challenges and opportunities that these efforts present, a new report from the University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research finds.
An editorial observes the temporary academic slump of school closings shown in UChicago CCSR research and urges CPS to strengthen receiving schools.
UChicago CCSR's Marisa de la Torre comments on the importance of receiving school quality as debate over CPS school closings continues.
CPS graduation rates continue to climb, coming after reform efforts to monitor freshman "on-track rates" for graduation, a measure developed by UChicago CCSR.
UEI director Tim Knowles weighs in on academic, safety, and political challenges as Chicago Public Schools prepares to implement 50 school closures.
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