Research

UChicago Consortium on School Research Independently Validates the Success of CAFÉCS

By Steven McGee /

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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Coming Soon: A Content Analysis of State-Level Guidance on Equity in Remote Learning

By Mark Johnson /

In this blog post, we are announcing the development of a policy brief that will document how state education agencies across the country addressed equity issues in their remote learning plans.

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Local and National Advocates Helped Drive the Computer Science Movement

By Mark Johnson /

Today we released a preliminary report on how local and national policy entrepreneurs created an environment that was favorable to the landmark decision by the Chicago Public Schools to enact a computer science graduation requirement.

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Developing GIS-infused Content Courses with Chicago Public Schools

By Katie James /

Guest blogger, Katie James, describes our collaborative research on the CPS Geospatial Semester project.

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Expanding Advanced Placement Computer Science in Chicago

By John Wachen /

Researchers at The Learning Partnership studied patterns of access and indicators of success for Advanced Placement Computer Science courses in Chicago Public Schools. We found that early efforts at expansion show promising results but there is much more work to be done.

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