The UChicago Consortium's research findings are featured frequently in broadcast and print media across the nation. Below is a list of the diverse news coverage we have achieved recently.
|Title||Publication||Date Sort ascending|
Can selective enrollment in Chicago Public Schools be fairer?
Proposed changes aim to make admissions more equitable: ‘It’s a touchy subject’
|Chicago Tribune||Mar 2022|
|An admissions change is coming to CPS’ selective schools to try to enroll more low-income students||WBEZ||Mar 2022|
|Too many Americans don’t understand what happens in their schools||Mar 2022|
Flunking underperforming 8 and 9 year olds?
Researcher Jenny Nagoska on her decades research and how Wisconsin could implement the policy
Chicago Public Schools and segregation
A historical view of how education decisions have perpetuated segregation
|South Side Weekly||Feb 2022|
|New study finds expanding full-day pre-k boosts enrollment, attendance||The 74||Feb 2022|
|Research affirms full-day pre-K boosts attendance, but will Chicago make it more accessible?||Chicago Unheard||Feb 2022|
|Full-day pre-k linked to higher student attendance in Chicago, research finds||UChicago News||Feb 2022|
|The downstream impacts of school choice on Chicago’s Black communities||Feb 2022|
|How to give students the confidence to take on rigorous work||Education Week||Feb 2022|