Presentation Title

SUCCEED! Critical Reflections on Social Justice through University-assisted CSI Research

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Education

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Abstract

This presentation is a collaborative work presented by the SUCCEED [Schools, Universities, and Communities Collaborating for Equitable Educational Development] lab comprised of five undergraduate research assistants. Each research assistant has spent the 2019-2020 school year observing various Chicago Public Schools-CSI [Community Schools Initiative] after-school programs and learning how these supplemental classes and extracurricular learning opportunities have impacted the academic and social-emotional learning of the students who partake in them. We present our research based on critical reflections on participating in the research, including observations, interviews and surveys of students, parents, and stakeholders in the community. This research presentation will provide insight into how university-school-community partnerships promote Loyola’s mission of social justice in the Chicago community.

Community Partners

Chicago Public Schools

Faculty Mentors & Instructors

Dr. Seungho Moon, Associate Professor, SOE; Ms. Candace Kyles, C&I Ed.D. Student

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Please feel free to look at our whole website for any additional information on our team and our work from this past year.

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SUCCEED! Critical Reflections on Social Justice through University-assisted CSI Research

This presentation is a collaborative work presented by the SUCCEED [Schools, Universities, and Communities Collaborating for Equitable Educational Development] lab comprised of five undergraduate research assistants. Each research assistant has spent the 2019-2020 school year observing various Chicago Public Schools-CSI [Community Schools Initiative] after-school programs and learning how these supplemental classes and extracurricular learning opportunities have impacted the academic and social-emotional learning of the students who partake in them. We present our research based on critical reflections on participating in the research, including observations, interviews and surveys of students, parents, and stakeholders in the community. This research presentation will provide insight into how university-school-community partnerships promote Loyola’s mission of social justice in the Chicago community.