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2022-2023 Annual Impact Report

Last year we accomplished some amazing things here at Lurie College. Read the stories to get a recap of some of the highlights in our 2022-2023 Annual Impact Report.

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Unlocking Wonder

Take a second to get to know Joy Foster and her expereince as the Director of our Child and Adolescent Development Lab Preschool.

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Playful Pioneers

Child and Adolescent Development Alumna, Kalina Chan, ’21 reflects on her time at Lurie College and the role her practicum played in preapring her for future career.

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Counselors: The Champions of Well-Being

Amy Gutierrez details the important role of counselors as she relfects on her journey in becoming the impactful leader she is for her students as a Lecturer and Graduate Fieldwork Coordinator for the Counselor Education Department.

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Finding and Creating Freedom in the Classroom and Beyond

Learn about Assistant Professor of Educatinoal Leadership, Veneice Guillory-Lacy, Ph.D. and her experiences that led her to become the Emancipatory School Leadership MA (MELS) Program Coordinator.

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Introducing the Male Educators of Color Initiative (MECI): Funded Teaching Preparation and Master’s Programs

Julia Halprin Jackson talks with Lurie College Associate Professor of Teacher Education, Luis Poza about his newest role as the Director of the Male Educators of Color Initiative (MECI) and the amazing opportunities it is creating for students.

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“We’re Always Striving”: Deep Dive in Five with Heather Lattimer

The Connie L. Lurie College of Education Dean Heather Lattimer shares a few examples of how the college is attracting, training and retaining next-generation educators.

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Institute for Emancipatory Education

The IEE facilitates community-engaged research and advances emancipatory pedagogies. Supports redesign of learning from preschool through post-secondary education.

Healthy Development Community Clinic

Our services are developmentally appropriate, equity-minded, evidence-based, and culturally sustaining for each child and family. We focus on children and youth ages 0-17 years and their families. Using a primary prevention model, we use screenings to identify need for evaluations, provide brief services, and targeted referrals to community resources and services. Educational programs are available in individual, family, and group formats both in-person, and via telehealth.

Early Childhood Institute

Recognizing the potential each and every child brings into the world, 菠菜网lol正规平台's Early Childhood Institute (ECI) seeks to transform the field of early learning and care through impactful research, training and advocacy efforts that promote equitable, high-quality, and inclusive early learning and care settings to benefit all children.

Center for Innovation in Applied Education Policy

Serving At-Promise Youth in K-12 education across California. The IAEP Center is based at San José State University and serves to empower California systems of support providers to better serve at-promise students. The Center is committed to interprofessional and interdisciplinary collaboration centered on closing opportunity gaps.

Institute for Regenerative Futures

The Institute for Regenerative Futures (IRF) is an intergenerational community-based collective of Black and other Indigenous co-conspiratorial educators, elders, healing practitioners, memory workers (researchers) and beloved community. Our collective emerged through timely intersections of community engagement, education, and research that highlight the psychological, emotional, and physiological impacts of anti-blackness and colonization.

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