In the fall of 2014, Lizzy Carroll traveled up to Albany Park from the ISU campus with her special education class. Her day involved community experiences as well as clinical observations in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), her initial window into community-integrated teacher preparation that is the foundation of the National Center for Urban Education model.
ISU College of Education hosted their second annual Future Teacher Conference on November 13, 2020. The event was virtual this year, and 235 high school students from around the state participated. The Future Teacher Conference is an event for high school students who are interested in the field of education. The Future Teacher Conference gives
Thank you to each of our colleagues who are retiring this year for your exceptional contributions to the College.
The Laboratory Schools within the College of Education have a wealth of excellent teachers who are going above and beyond in extremely difficult times.
We are proud to announce several award recipients and nominees this year for the College of Education (COE).
The Illinois State community mourns the loss of Dr. Donald Prince, the visionary leader who almost single-handedly established the Department of Educational Administration and Foundations (EAF) in 1960.
The National Board Resource Center (NBRC) celebrates 117 new, Illinois National Board Certified Teachers (NBCTs) who achieved certification in 2020.
It is no secret that technology has become essential in each of our daily lives. From Zoom meetings to virtual classes, we are spending the majority of our waking hours behind the screens of our laptops, tablets, and cell phones.
ISU’s National Center for Urban Education through the Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline (CTEP) partner has demonstrated exemplary models of sustaining and shifting services in order to best support their communities.
“Pivot” has been the defining action word as non-profit organizations, throughout the city of Chicago, have found new ways to continue serving community members in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19). Three miles apart, Latinos Progresando and Breakthrough, both partners with ISU’s National Center for Urban Education through the Chicago Teacher Education Pipeline (CTEP), have demonstrated exemplary models of sustaining and shifting services in order to best support their communities. In doing so, both organizations followed city and state recommended guidelines, prioritizing health and safety, as they creatively responded to crucial community needs.