Center for Innovation in Urban Education records
Wait until more material comes in before processing. The collection includes several flyers for talks and conferences, and a 1994 report entitled "Innovation in Urban Education: The Impact of Research on Practice in Schools." The collection is unprocessed. The Center for Innovation in Urban Education at Northeastern University was founded in 1993. The Center was created within the College of Arts and Sciences to facilitate coordination among the programs at the university serving urban schools and teachers. The Center fostered new and innovative approaches to reform in urban education in Boston and nationally. Accessioned 2000 Aug 15. 44/4
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0.18 cubic feet (0.18 cubic feet in 1 half-manuscript box.)