What started as a kernel of an idea bloomed into a day of the college experience for two Chicago Public School High Schools this Spring.
The National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) at Illinois State University (ISU) is excited to be a partner in a new STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) program created for Chicago high school students.
Over the last two years, the ISU National Center for Urban (NCUE) has continued to provide culturally relevant urban experiences to faculty and students via virtual platforms
The National Science Foundation awarded Illinois State University more than $1.3 million to inspire urban Chicago high school students with an innovative after-school program.
In celebration of Bilingual Advocacy Week, a talk by Dr. Kim Potowski will explore “Spanish in the U.S.: Myths and Realities” at 7 p.m. April 14, in the Old Main Room of the Bone Student Center.
The Illinois State University National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) is excited to announce that this February some of our recently graduated Illinois State alum will begin their teaching careers in Chicago Public Schools (CPS), joining the current 400 ISU NCUE graduates.
Restorative practice is important to the classroom for educators to understand the benefits of relationships and community building with their students.
The National Center for Urban Education (NCUE), a unit of the College of Education, serves the Illinois State University community by providing opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to deepen their understanding of culturally relevant and restorative practices both in and out of the classroom.
On August 24, 2021, the National Center for Urban Education (NCUE) had the pleasure of hosting the first Taste of ISU event with future Redbird educators from the recently launched program Teach Chicago Tomorrow (TCT). It was a wonderful day full of new experiences for first-year students: meeting new people and learning more about ISU and its community partners, schools, faculty, and staff.
Illinois State University’s College of Education hosted its third annual Future Teacher Conference (FTCON) in person. Following CDC and the University’s health guidelines, over 800 high school students and 100 education personnel from over 30 Illinois school districts participated in various workshops throughout the day.