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improving urban schooling – the promise and peril. Promise The Higher Your Educational Attainment, the More Likely You Are to: Live Be employed Stay out of prison Earn higher income Vote Exercise Volunteer Give blood Have children with higher educational attainment.

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improving urban schooling –

the promise and peril

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Promise

  • The Higher Your Educational Attainment,
  • the More Likely You Are to:
  • Live
  • Be employed
  • Stay out of prison
  • Earn higher income
  • Vote
  • Exercise
  • Volunteer
  • Give blood
  • Have children with higher educational attainment
the six to 100 problem
The Six to 100 Problem

African American

Latino

White/Other

Of 100 13 year olds, how many….

Graduate high school by age 19

Enter a four-year college within one year after high school

Graduate from a four-year college within six years (by age 24 or 25)

Total

Female Male

Female Male

Female Male

.

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Urban Education Institute

      • Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR)
      • Urban Teacher Education Program (UTEP)
      • University of Chicago Charter School (UCCS)
      • Tools for Schools
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Consortium on Chicago School Research (CCSR)

  • Inform policy, practice, public
  • Influence Chicago reform for 20 years
  • Use variety of formats and forums
  • High technical quality but accessible
  • Inspire creation of other consortia
  • Create indicators—influencing CPS, state and federal policy
district level evidence
District-Level Evidence

Indicator Development

Percent of freshmen on-track to graduate

CPS adds on-track to HS accountability

CPS pilots freshmen interventions

CPS implements early warning system

CCSR publishes school-by-schoolreports

CCSR publishes report using on-track

CCSR publishes report detailing on-track indicator

CCSR publishes “What Matters”

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Effective Teacher Training,

Support and Supervision

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50% of urban teachers leave

the profession within 5 years

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We currently have a broken system for preparing, supporting, and rewarding teachers.

The Typical Pathway to Teaching

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Urban Teacher Education Program (UTEP)

  • Training and retaining urban teachers
  • Extended residency
  • In-classroom coaching support UEI
  • 95% retention rate in last 6 years
  • Secondary program (2009–10)
  • Shared instructional model with UCCS
  • Training/placing in schools with shared instructional model
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University of Chicago Charter School (UCCS)

  • Creating reliably excellent schools
  • Shared conception of strong instruction
  • Diagnostics/targeted intervention
  • Expanded instructional time
  • PreK-12th grade pathway
  • Training, support, incentives for teachers
  • Engagement of family and community
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Black-White Achievement Gap for NKO

3rd Grade Meets & Exceeds for Reading

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Committee on Education

  • Locus of scholarship in education
  • Diverse disciplinary perspectives
  • Fosters excellent scholarship in education
    • Interchange across disciplines
    • Interplay between researchers and practitioners
  • Faculty deeply involved in work throughout UEI
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