The Center for the Study of Education Policy is the recent recipient of a $300,000 grant from the McCormick Foundation and a $200,000 grant from the CME Group Foundation to support the pilot and validation of Leaders for Early Learning Micro-Credentials.
Senate Bill (SB) 814, Amendment 3 brings hope to new teachers and new principals for support in their first years in their new jobs.
In anticipation of federal funding from the American Rescue Plan, Gov. J.B. Pritzker asked education experts to compile best practices and recommendations on how to best support students as they return to the classroom.
Dr. James Applegate has championed equitable access to higher education his entire career. He came to Illinois State University in 2017 as a visiting professor for the Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP).
The Grapevine report is celebrating its 60th anniversary, making it one of the longest-lived higher education finance reports in the country. This anniversary comes at a unique moment as states grapple with the impact of the pandemic.
A new study from the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools (IARSS) indicates that school districts in the southwestern portion of Illinois are having difficulty with hiring teachers and substitute teachers.
A recently released study by the Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools (IARSS) indicates that 55 percent of northeast Illinois school districts that responded to the 2020 Illinois Educator Shortage Study believe there is a teacher shortage and 72 percent believe the substitute teacher shortage is worse.
The Center for the Study of Education Policy is pleased to announce the recent hires of Daina Mwangi, Lisa Skelly, and Vicki Phillips.
The Illinois Association of Regional Superintendents of Schools (IARSS) is proud to present their 2020 Illinois Educator Shortage Study and associated materials.
A new survey of Illinois school districts shows most are continuing to have trouble filling open teaching positions with qualified teachers, and even more are having difficulty hiring substitute teachers. In addition to shortages of available teachers and substitute teachers in east central Illinois, the pool of candidates for administrator positions is also shrinking ,