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We're proud to announce LSRI's strong showing at this year’s American Educational Research Association annual meeting. Our directors, faculty and graduate students will be sharing their research and collaborations by appearing on and lead

The nation’s new science curriculum standards are breaking ground for educators and policy makers to shape critical thinkers of the future, as well as to develop the teaching and testing tools to help students meet those goals.

LSRI is proud to be sponsors of undergraduates who have been selected to attend tomorrow's 2013 UIC Student Research Forum.

A new report by LSRI Associate Professor Josh Radinsky shows that the proposed CPS school closings will shuffle more children and more students of color and with disabilities than district officials estimated.

Chicago Sun-Times editorial cites LSRI Associate Professor Josh Radinsky's work on CPS school closings, calling it a "more honest" look at the impact the massive effort will have on children.

Leilah Lyons, an assistant professor of learning sciences and computer science, is a winner of UIC's 2013 Graduate College Mentoring Award.

Jim Pellegrino, co-director of LSRI, outlines what new and improved assessments that focused on accelerated student learning rather than accountability could look like in a story published in The Hechinger Report.

New research led by LSRI Co-director Susan S. Goldman begins to map the process students readers use to gain more knowledge when they read websites to learn new subjects.

A high-level commission of educators, researchers and policy analysts is calling on state and federal policymakers to commit to a long-term plan to significantly change assessments so that they place a greater emphasis on providing timely and valuable information to students and teachers.

James Pellegrino, co-director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute, has won the 2013 American Educational Research Association’s Robert L. Linn Distinguished Address Award.

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