Created by:   The University of Chicago

  • Sara Ray Stoelinga

    Taught by:    Sara Ray Stoelinga, Sara Liston Spurlark Director and Clinical Professor

    Urban Education Institute
Language
English
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4.8 stars
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 of 18 ratings

I thought the course was very interesting and the videos were great. One criticism I have, though, is that the name of the course is misleading; it really should have been called Educational Reform in the US. I don't think we studied specifically urban issues at all.

Logically organised, informative and enjoyable. This was an excellent introductory course to Urban Education Issues and provided me with a solid starting point for exploring the subject.

The topics were very thorough and covered everything I was wanting to learn more about in this area. The videos were done well. I also really liked the opportunity to comment and interact with other learners throughout the course.

Awesome course. A little difficult but worth it.