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. It’s a problem that has existed in the state for many years and one that experts attribute to a variety of factors, such as low
As an early childhood special education teacher or evaluator have you ever thought, “How can I use The Framework for Teaching to support and grow teaching practice when early childhood students have moderate to severe learning challenges in _______?” and “What are examples of The Framework’s Level 3 and 4 instructional practices “in action” for
In December, the Center for the Study of Education Policy (CSEP) issued a three-part series of leadership white papers highlighting leadership developments occurring through our TEAM Lead and Partners To Lead grants that include policy recommendations and considerations for the state to address regarding the leadership crisis we are facing in our schools.
After 43 years in education, two graduate degrees from Illinois State, and 13 years of service to the University, policy giant Lynne Haeffele is officially retiring to spend more time with her family.
Thank you to each of our colleagues who are retiring this year for your exceptional contributions to the College.
Agallo has worked for CSEP since February 2019 as its graduate assistant managing social media, data collection, and grant website communications and has accepted the offer to become the center’s communications / database coordinator. She begins her work with the center on January 4.
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 research-based, effective early childhood classroom practices.
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 supportive environments for English Language Learners in schools.
This new video, produced by the Regional Office of Education (ROE) #1, shows how the LEAD project continues to support principals during the pandemic.
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.