UIC Children’s Center
The UIC Children’s
Center provides full-day early childhood education services to 50
preschool children of UIC students, faculty, and staff. The children
range in age from two years, nine months to six years. All children
must be toilet trained.
As well as providing quality, developmentally appropriate full-day preschool services, the Children’s Center serves as a demonstration site for the constructivist philosophy developed by former UIC professors Constance Kamii and Rheta DeVries and based upon the theory of Swiss psychologist Jean Piaget.
The UIC Children’s Center is accredited by the National Association for the Education of Young Children and licensed by the Illinois Department of Children and Family Services.
1919 W. Taylor Street
Room 116 M/C 525
Chicago, IL 60612-7248
Site Director: 312-413-5326
UIC Children’s Center has been NAEYC accredited since 1989.
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