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Bannockburn School has immediate openings

Bannockburn School District 106 has provided excellence in education for over 85 years. The district is 2.75 square miles including the Village of Bannockburn, the easternmost section of Riverwoods, areas of unincorporated West Deerfield including Del Mar Woods, and the western edge of Highland Park. The District serves approximately 150 students in kindergarten through eighth…

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Teacher Needed at East Prairie School

East Prairie School once stood as a small schoolhouse with less than 100 children in the area. We now house over 550 students enrolled in grades preK-8. Academic excellence is achieved with strong emphasis on Language Arts, Math, Science, Social Studies, Music, Art, Foreign Language and our STEM Program. East Prairie School District 73 seeks a…

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Welcome New Graduate Assistants!

Each year, the College of Education provides assistantships to eligible graduate students who have strong academic and work backgrounds and who can commit to working in a variety of capacities with faculty and administrators for 9-17 hours per week. In return for their service, graduate assistants in the College of Education receive a tuition stipend…

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ILTS Volunteer Opportunity for Licensed Educators and College Faculty

The Illinois State Board of Education and Evaluation Systems group of Pearson are currently seeking Illinois educators to apply to participate in Standard Setting activities for the Illinois Licensure Testing System (ILTS) program. During the week of February 17, 2020, we will be convening committees for the following tests: Arabic Biology Chemistry Director of Special…

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Apply Now For Full-Time Positions in Roosevelt’s College of Education

The College of Education is pleased to announce that it is currently seeking two full-time faculty members to begin employment in August 2020. Both positions are available for review on the Roosevelt University website. The review of applications will begin on January 6, 2020. One position is for a clinical assistant professor and program director…

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In Memory of Louise Disabato

It is with great sadness that we report the passing of Louise Disabato on November 1, 2019. In the 1990’s, Louise worked as secretary/receptionist in the College of Education at Roosevelt’s Robin Campus in Schaumburg, where she was loved by students and staff for her cheerful personality, intelligence and wit.  An amateur artist herself and…

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Roosevelt Earns Gateways Entitlement

The College of Education is pleased to announce that its Early Childhood Education program has once again been entitled through Gateways to Opportunity to offer the Level II through V Early Childhood Education Credentials. These credentials are for early care and education professionals who have formal education, training, and experience with children (ages 0-8), either in…

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Academic Youth Program Tutor Needed in Chicago

At Ada S. Mckinley, we transform lives and strengthen communities. We are seeking talented individuals who will join us in furthering the mission of the agency which is to serve and bring lasting positive change to underprivileged communities in the Chicago area. Our staff is our most valued asset and as such we offer competitive…

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Bilingual Job Fair December 3 & 5, 2019

The Statewide Conference for Teachers serving linguistically and culturally diverse students is hosting a job fair for Bilingual/ESL/Dual Language & Foreign Language Teachers, Aides and Administrators (PreK-12). December 3 &5, 2019 from 3:00 – 5:15 p.m. Hilton Chicago/Oak Brook Hills Resort & Conference Center 3500 Midwest Road, Oak Brook, IL 60523 Free to Job Seekers,…

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Fall 2019 Dean’s Newsletter

Wow–have we ever had an exciting start to our 2019-2020 academic year! As you may have heard, Roosevelt announced on October 2 that it has applied to the Higher Learning Commission (HLC) to acquire Robert Morris University Illinois (RMUI). Subject to approval by the HLC and the governing boards of both institutions, RMUI would become a…

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