Piece on Geogia schools examining noncognitive factors in schools with an emphasis on research by the Consortium.
The New York Times Editorial Board examines recent findings on zero tolerance school discipline systems with a focus on moving away from out of school suspensions.
The Chicago Sun Times examines the latest Consortium report analyzing CPS discipline policies and their effects.
Elaine Allensworth of the Consortium explains why the focus on "grade-level" success may not be the most valuable usage of instructional time to improve student outcomes.
Three new labs studying energy, poverty, and healthy will join existing education and crime labs.
Greg Anrig examines the effect of collaboration and trust on school improvement and student learning, citing research from The Consortium.
South Side Weekly examines the Consortium's recent school closings report, and details the decisions parents have to make when enrolling their children in new schools.
UEI Names Tanika Island Director of UChicago UTEP.
The Hyde Park Herald looks into the recent study by the Consortium which indicated that although most students affected by the Chicago school closings ended up in higher performing schools, the results are varied.
The Sun-Times analyzes the latest report on the Chicago school closings by the Consortium, which found that most students ended up in at least marginally better performing schools.
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