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Archive of 2015
At CPS George Washington High School, principal Kevin Gallick wants students to see the connections between test scores, GPA and college access as a strategy to build the school's college-going culture.
David Narain is coordinating a new partnership with HNTB that will send King students into the field with the firm on engineering projects across Chicago.
Principal Nicole Howard at Chicago's North Lawndale College Prep High School seeks to embed elements of college life into the curriculum at a school with a heavy low-income student population.
Kevin Gallick was featured on the national program emphasizing positive ninth grade outcomes leading to successful graduation at CPS George Washington High School.
Marcey Sorensen believes urban students who experience campus life first hand will be better prepared to apply to and attend college fit schools.
The Center's Paul Zavitkovsky analyzed the meaning of the first PARCC test scores released for Chicago Public Schools.
Nia Abdullah, principal at CPS Bowen High School, led teachers and Center for Urban Education Leadership researchers in a community walk to identify resources and individuals who could partner with the school.
Patrick McGill, EdD Urban Education Leadership student, is expanding college choice by encouraging students to seek out private university funding opportunities.
Alumna Nicole Howard believes college costs are limiting choices for low-income students. At North Lawndale College Prep, she launched the the Phoenix Pact endowment to end these limits.
Nicole Howard is building strategies to assuage family concerns of children leaving the city limits.