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The Center for Urban Education, Equity, and Improvement (CUEEI)

The Center for Urban Education, Equity, and Improvement integrates the mission of the University to further work alongside historically underserved communities and schools. Integrated throughout the Center’s activities and strategic initiatives is a commitment to service, strengthening relationships, and building solidarity.
Our mission compels us to identify and meet the needs of the people who are most underserved, disadvantaged, and/or disenfranchised. Our mission drives us to cultivate mutually beneficial partnerships that bolster our institutional initiatives and sustained capacity to thrive.
The Center provides specialized training for teachers, educational leaders, and community members who want to transform urban education.
The Center will focus on service, skill sets, and scholarly products.

We engage, listen to, support, and empower members of several sectors of urban communities including families; K–12 schools (private, public, charter); and youth development programs.

Skill Set
Our expertise includes strengths-based professional development, transformational socialization projects, and equity and improvement planning, which builds the capacity of educators and their constituents to pose and solve problems to advance social justice.

Scholarly Products
The Center will disseminate scholarship in various forms—research-based, anecdotal, and professional reports, journals, social media, and other communications—memorializing the scholarly and professional work of the Center.




Shirley Dixon Symposium
Thursday, February 15

Keynote Address: Dr. Bettina L. Love, The Prestigious William F. Russell Professor at Teachers College, Columbia University, and co-founder of the Abolitionist Teaching Network (ATN)

6-7:15pm  Symposium in Grace Hall
7:30  Special Book Signing with Dr. Love