Inspiration Mirror

A Blog by The Learning Partnership

International Children’s Book Day Spotlight: Q&A with illustrator Robert Casilla

By Cat McGee | Apr 2, 2021

In honor of International Children’s Book Day, we spotlight Robert Casilla, the Illustrator behind our Journey to El Yunque website and upcoming children’s book.

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Remote Learning: The Student Connection

By Claire Cronin | Mar 23, 2021

This blog highlights the tremendous work that CPS has done to ensure all students had access to the technology they needed to fully participate in remote schooling.

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New Research Accepted to the International Society of the Learning Science Conference

By Steven McGee | Mar 9, 2021

Congratulations to our postdocs and partners on papers that have been accepted for presentation at the International Society of the Learning Sciences annual meeting.

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Partner Spotlight: Q&A with Lucia Dettori

By Claire Cronin | Mar 8, 2021

In honor if International Women’s Day, Claire Cronin sat down with Lucia Dettori to talk about her life experiences, from growing up in Italy to being at the forefront of the Computer Science For All initiative in Chicago.

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El Yunque Rainforest

Take a Journey to El Yunque on World Wildlife Day

By Katy Easley | Mar 3, 2021

In honor of World Wildlife Day, postdoctoral researcher Katy Easley shares a glimpse into the species and ecosystems of El Yunque rainforest.

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Student wearing hood types on MacBook Air

Moving from Digital Apartheid toward Abolitionist Futures in Computer Science: A Broadening Participation and Success Story from Chicago Public Schools

By Phillip A. Boda | Feb 25, 2021

In honor of Black History Month, Phillip Boda reflects on the history of black students’ access to computer science coursework and the impact of CPS’ CS4All movement on increasing access and success.

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