Since its formation in 2010, Braille Birds has served as a registered student organization (RSO) that fosters education and spreads awareness about the blind and visually impaired community.
Public schools across Illinois locked students as young as 5 into isolation rooms, some no bigger than a phone booth, where the children were left to cry, beg to be let out, and dig their nails into padded walls, according to an investigation published in 2019 by the Chicago Tribune and ProPublica Illinois.
Clara Barton Elementary School special education teacher Lizzy Carroll ‘17’s community outreach through her nonprofit, Lead With Love, is making a big difference in the Englewood and Auburn-Gresham communities in Chicago.
The College of Education at Illinois State University will induct five alumni into its Hall of Fame on Friday, October 15 during the University’s 2021 Homecoming celebration. Three Outstanding Young Alumni will also be recognized during this event.
Stop by to celebrate 100 years of Homecoming at Illinois State as we take a trip down memory lane.
The College of Education announced a $3,000 renewable scholarship for students in Chicago Public Schools who join the Teach Chicago Tomorrow Pathway program and enroll at Illinois State University.
The College of Education will host New Teacher Conference for all new teachers in their first through fourth years of teaching on Friday, June 11, via Zoom.
The Cecilia J. Lauby Teacher Education Center in the College of Education (COE) is excited to launch a new summer program with District 87 in Bloomington.
Last spring, the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic upended education in the United States.
Five assistant professors are recognized for their outstanding commitment to teaching and student learning.