Birth-to-College Model of Education
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.
UEI's partnership with the Ounce aims to create a "Birth-to-College" model of education for Chicago and cities around the nation.
In the "Birth-to-College" partnership, the UChicago Urban Education Institute and the Ounce of Prevention Fund aim to build and sustain academic mindsets.
UChicago UEI and the Ounce of Prevention Fund partner to develop a birth-to-college model of education to close the achievement gap.
The latest study from the UChicago Urban Education Institute and the Ounce of Prevent Fund partnership finds encouraging data for birth-to-college preparation.
A Chicago prekindergarten director discusses how Educare's partnership with the UChicago Charter School is strengthening the birth-to-college continuum (28:00).
Birth-to-College Collaborative Releases New Case Study, Highlights Professional Learning Communities
The newest in a planned series of case studies on building a Birth-to-College Model of Education released by the University of Chicago Urban Education Institute (UEI) and the Ounce of Prevention Fund outlines how to create Professional Learning Communities (PLCs) of teachers, administrators and family support staff spanning the early childhood to K-12 spectrum.