Full-Time Faculty: Barbara Radner

Barbara Radner is Associate Professor, Director of the Center for Urban Education, and Scholar in Residence" at the Chicago History Museum. 

Degrees: BA, English, University of Illinois; M.S.T., Early Childhood Education, University of Chicago; Ph.D., Curriculum and Instruction, University of Chicago

Area(s) of specialization and interest: Urban education, literacy, museum education, arts education, social sciences, history.

Professional organizations: Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development, National Council on Social Studies.

Publications: ”Community School Newsletters,” Template and Monthly Newsletters, Federation for Community Schools, http://www.ilcommunityschools.org “Guides to Planning School-Community Parent Involvement: The Policy, Compact, and Action Plan,” Chicago Public Schools, http://cps.k12.il.us; “Literacy Activities for Families and Learning Centers,” http://teacher.depaul.edu.”Preparation and Retention of Effective Teachers for Urban Schools,” Journal for Success in High Needs Schools, Associated Colleges of Illinois, (co-author), Volume 2, Issue 2: 09/08/2006.