Welcome to the Center for Urban Education! It serves as the Research & Development Arm of the Campus International School, an innovative public school in CMSD that was established in partnership with Cleveland State University. Campus International opened in the Fall of 2010. The Center is located in Julka Hall, Rooms 397, 365, 394 and 385.
The Center serves as an institutional home for CSU faculty and students who conduct research and publish in fields of study and practice related to urban education. The Center carries out four key functions that embody its core mission and activities:
1. Serve as the Research & Development Arm of the Campus International School
2. Conduct and disseminate interdisciplinary research and best practices in urban education
3. Provide grant writing and administrative assistance in the pursuit of extra-mural funding
4. Collaborate with partners and stakeholders in P-16 urban education in evaluation and needs assessment, grant writing, professional development, program development, and research
Making My Future Work
Here you will find information about the program and its usage, program partners, the official manual, the training and orientation video, research highlights, announcements, and much more.
Center for Urban Education launches the Campus International School Research Program. This initiative is designed to promote the goals of the Professional Development Task Force while supporting faculty research and student success.
Center issues it second newsletter highlighting various accomplishments and activities over the past year
Campus International School hosted its first annual fundraiser. The event, One World!...An International Soirée, was held at the school's new location in downtown Cleveland.