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In 2011, Illinois passed new education legislation and a year later began implementing UChicago Impact’s 5Essentials Survey statewide to collect student and teacher feedback on the organizational conditions that affect student learning and school success.
Friedrich L. Jahn Elementary of Fine Arts, a neighborhood school on Chicago’s North Side, improved reading outcomes by restructuring how students are assessed and how teachers engage with reading data.
In 2017, Fairfield Elementary School, a neighborhood school on Chicago’s Southwest Side, realized they needed to address how students felt about their school.
This Minnesota charter school knew they needed to make a change to their school’s approach to literacy instruction.
The Leadership Collaborative Series serves as a network for school improvement that helps schools tackle a common problem of practice through an improvement process.
From 2010 to 2015, Louis Pasteur Elementary School (Pasteur), on Chicago's southwest side, had gone through three different principals.
In 2015, the 5Essentials data for James B McPherson Elementary School (McPherson) on Chicago’s North Side revealed a hard truth—trust between students and teachers was in need of rebuilding.
In the summer of 2014, UChicago Impact, Chicago Public Schools, Academy for Urban School Leadership, and the Lefkofsky Family Foundation launched the Success Project
Op-Ed: UEI Director discusses the need to move beyond test scores in measuring school quality
“STEP is hands down, the finest early literacy assessment I have encountered anywhere in the country."
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