Inspiration Mirror

A Blog by The Learning Partnership

National Special Education Day: Equity in Remote Learning for Diverse Learners

By Mark Johnson | Dec 2, 2020

Today is National Special Education day. Mark Johnson discusses the importance of focusing on the needs of special education students during the pandemic.

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Happy STEM Education Day

By Steven McGee | Nov 8, 2020

The Learning Partnership celebrates STEM Education Day today. This blog contains descriptions of STEM education resources and research from The Learning Partnership.

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Teacher Spotlight: Q&A With Stephanie Morales

By Claire Cronin | Oct 15, 2020

Stephanie Morales is a 7th grade science teacher at John W. Garvy Elementary School in the Chicago Public Schools. Claire Cronin talked with Stephanie about her Puerto Rican heritage and her experiences with Journey to El Yunque.

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Student studying at home

New Policy Brief: Are States Addressing Equity in Remote Learning Guidelines?

By Claire Cronin | Sep 8, 2020

The Learning Partnership announces the release of a new policy brief examining how equity is addressed in state-level guidance for remote learning policies.

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Student studying at home

A New NSF Grant to Mitigate the Impact of COVID-19 on Chicago Public Schools

By Claire Cronin | Jul 15, 2020

The Learning Partnership collaborated with the Chicago Public Schools and the Education Development Center to secure funding that will mitigate the impact of COVD-19 on the tremendous progress CPS has made in bringing computer science to all students.

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UChicago Consortium on School Research Independently Validates the Success of CAFÉCS

By Steven McGee | Jul 2, 2020

This blog post describes the collaborative work done in Chicago that led to the success described in a new evaluation report released this week.

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