College of Education
The College of Education is responsible for ensuring that the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign leads the State of Illinois and the nation in the research, policy and practice of teaching and learning.
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Education, occupation and family patterns of second generation immigrant youth in the U.S.: the importance of embeddedness in social relationships in the transition to adulthood (2015-01-27)Within the United States, nearly all growth in the young adult population over the next forty years will come from immigrants and their U.S.-born children. While many immigrant youth face similar challenges, they also ...
(2015-04-21)High-quality early childhood inclusion consists of providing access, participation, and supports to young children with disabilities (DEC/NAEYC, 2009). This case study examines how a public Montessori school provides early ...
Gente Estudiada: Latina/o students confronting and engaging home/community knowledge within/outside institutions of higher education (2015-03-23)As a group, Latinas/os are transforming the demographic profile of U.S. colleges and universities. More Latinas/os are pursuing postsecondary education with a total of 69% of Latina/o high school graduates enrolling in ...
The role of the Illinois school district superintendent in Common Core State Standards implementation: a case study (2015-02-05)Standards-based curricular reform is at the forefront of change in the American public education system. The Common Core State Standards (CCSS), a new set of learning standards in English and mathematics, have become the ...
(2015-02-10)This research critically analyzes discourses concerning Korean identities in public and private sphere. It focuses on the development of discourses from mono-ethnic to multicultural Korean identities during 1990s-2000s. ...