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CSEP receives $50,000 McCormick Foundation grant for competency-based training

The Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) received a $50,000 grant to design micro-credentials for building leaders and aspiring principals designed to build their knowledge of...
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CSEP receives $60,000 Stone Foundation grant for development of a series of micro-credentials

The Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) is the recent recipient of a $60,000 Stone Foundation grant to develop a series of micro-credentials designed to create more equitable and...
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TEAM Lead project continues to support principals during the pandemic

This new video, produced by the Regional Office of Education (ROE) #1, shows how the LEAD project continues to support principals during the pandemic.

Center for the Study of Education Policy receives $4.3 million grant from U.S. Department of Education

The Study of Education Policy has been awarded a two-year, $4.3 million Supporting Effective Educator Development Renewal grant by the U.S. Department of Education. 
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State superintendent presents to education administrators on topic of equity

State Superintendent of Education Dr. Carmen Ayala presented on the topic of equity to doctoral students in the Education Administration and Foundations (EAF) department on Wednesday, September...
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EAF alum shares advice to education administrators on how to lead in a politically divided environment

Dr. Lee Rasch, Ed.D. ’90, presented to the EAF 512 Advanced Topics in Research Methodology: Educational Policy Analysis class on "Leading in a Politically Divided Environment."
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New video captures principal coaching model in LEAD project and documents shift in coaching model as a result of COVID-19

A new video, produced by Michaela Fray and Anne Cashman at the Regional Office of Education #1, captures the coaching model within the LEAD Project and documents the shift in the coaching model...
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CSEP’s Leadership for Equity Micro-Credentials featured in Illinois School Board Journal

An article written by Dr. Mark Hansen on the Leadership for Equity (LFE) Micro-Credential Series for School and District Leaders was recently published in the Illinois Association of School...
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CSEP staff and researchers in Czech Republic connect and learn via Zoom

Staff in the Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) connected with researchers from Prague, Czech Republic on Tuesday, September 8, to share strategies and practices for preparing and...
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Dr. Erika Hunt presents a national Pre-K virtual convening on Illinois P-12 Principal Endorsement

Did you know that Illinois is one of only six states that require principals to take course work that covers early learning content during their principal preparation program?