UEI hosted Harvard economist Dr. Richard Murnane at a talk for his new book "Restoring Opportunity," featuring the UChicago Charter NKO Campus as a scalable solution for excellent schooling.
UChicago UTEP director Kavita Kapadia Matsko co-authors a paper examining the “context-specific” approach of the University of Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program.
A New York Times editorial cites 100Kin10 as a key effort in STEM teacher preparation; UChicago UTEP is part of the national commitment to prepare 10,000 exemplary STEM educators in the next decade.
An editorial on improving STEM education cites the University of Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program's commitment to prepare 500 new exemplary STEM teachers for Chicago as part of the 100Kin10 initiative.
UChicago UTEP's Kavita Kapadia Matsko and Marv Hoffman analyze the flaws of NCTQ's system, envisioning instead a truly transformative review of teacher education.
An editorial features the University of Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program, highlighting what can be learned from UChicago UTEP's consistently successful model of teacher education.
UChicago UTEP secondary program director Douglas O'Roark describes his path from studying engineering at MIT to becoming an urban educator in and for Chicago Public Schools.
The University of Chicago Urban Teacher Education Program, along with teacher preparation programs from across the state of Illinois and the nation, declined to participate in the recent National Council of Teacher Quality/U.S. News and World Report review of university-based teacher preparation. UChicago UTEP’s central reason for declining to participate is our view that the NCTQ review process—based primarily on any participating or non-participating program’s available course syllabi—relies on partial, decontextualized information to make judgments about teacher preparation programs that have little to no bearing on the quality of the teachers these programs develop. Read the full statement >>
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