LSRI Co-director Jim Pellegrino, one of the nation's leading cognitive scientists, will be speaking on three panels at the June 19 national conference sponsored by the Council of Chief State School Officers in Maryland.

In a field driven by hard facts and cold numbers, sometimes it’s a human touch that makes all the difference.

Susan Goldman, co-director of the Learning Sciences Research Institute and one of the country’s leading learning sciences scholars, knows this.

Reality Canty, a graduate research assistant at LSRI, has won the UIC Undergraduate Mentoring Award for Graduate Students.

Two reports edited or produced by LSRI Co-Director Jim Pellegrino are being honored by the National Academies of Science for the significant influence they have had on curriculum and instruction in this country.

LSRI Co-Director Jim Pellegrino joined a panel with the National Center on Education and the Economy May 7 to talk about its new report, What Does It Really Mean to Be College and Work Ready? The Mathematics and English Literacy Required of First Year Community College Students.

LSRI Co-Director Jim Pellegrino has been selected as a feature speaker for the Distinguished Scholar Colloquium sponsored by the National Center for Research on Evaluation, Standards and Student Testing, or CRESST.

Educators are covering too much material too quickly, according to Jim Pellegrino, LSRI co-director, in Community College Times.

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.