A CSFE Special Interest Group meeting is scheduled for 8 AM, November 8, 2018 in the Crepe Myrtle Room (Hyatt Regency Greenville, SC). If you are a member of one of the many different CSFE member organizations, including AESA, and have an interest in the future work of the Council for Social Foundations of Education, you are warmly invited to attend! If you would like to become involved in the CSFE but are not able to attend the meeting this year, contact Jan Armstrong, University of New Mexico.
The Council for Social Foundations (CSFE) business meeting is scheduled for Friday, November 4, 8 – 9:30 AM in the Douglas Boardroom, Grand Hyatt, Seattle, Washington. All are welcome and leaders of social foundations organizations are encouraged to attend.
The AESA Committee on Standards and Accreditation business meeting is scheduled for Saturday, November 5, 9:45 – 11:15 in Portland A.
The full AESA Program is available online at http://educationalstudies.org The conference theme is “Love, Labor and Learning: Under the Gun”
The Council for Foundations of Education (CSFE) will hold its annual business meeting in conjunction with the American Educational Studies Association (AESA) Annual Meeting at the Grand Hyatt in San Antonio, Texas. Here are the details:
CSFE Business meeting, Thursday, November 12, 1:45 – 3:15 PM in the Goliad Boardroom. Leaders of member organizations and appointed delegates are welcome, as are interested others. For information about CSFE, contact Jan Armstrong, Jessica Heybach or Kathleen deMarrais.
AESA Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation (CASA) Business meeting, Friday, November 13, 8:00 – 10:00 AM in the Goliad Boardroom. For information about CASA, contact Amy Swain.
Council for Social Foundations of Education (CSFE)
1:45 – 3:15 – Thursday, October 30, 2014
Thomson Board Room — Hyatt Regency, Toronto
The Council for Social Foundations of Education meeting will be held in conjunction with the American Educational Studies Association/ IAIE annual meeting at the Hyatt Regency, Toronto. All member organization CSFE delegates and/or those who serve in leadership roles in these organizations are invited. All individuals who hold memberships in social foundations associations are also welcome to attend the meeting.
CSFE 2014 Agenda (Word)
CSFE 2014 Agenda (PDF)
Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation (CASA)
3:30 – 5:15 – Thursday, October 30, 2014
Thomson Board Room — Hyatt Regency, Toronto
This AESA committee includes members who are interested in furthering AESA’s work on social foundations / educational studies standards and accreditation.
The Annual Meeting of the American Education Studies Association(AESA) will be held at the Grand Hyatt Hotel in Seattle, Washington, October 31 – November 4. Rooms should be reserved before September 30. Membership renewals and conference registration should be submitted by October 15. Refer to the AESA website (educationalstudies.org) for additional conference information. Here is the final AESA Conference Program.
The Council for Social Foundations of Education (CSFE) will hold its annual business meeting at AESA this year on Friday, November 2, 3:30 – 5:00 in the Douglas Boardroom. Kevin Kumashiro, University of Illinois at Chicago, will give the R.Freeman Butts Lecture at 5:30 that day with a reception at 7:00. The Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation (CASA) will hold an open meeting on Friday, November 1, from 1:45 to 3:15 to discuss the Revised Standards for Accreditation work. CASA will hold a private meeting for members only on Thursday, November 1, 3:30 – 5:00 in the Douglas Boardroom. James M. Giarelli of Rutgers will give the Kneller Lecture at 5:00 followed by a reception at 7:00 on November 1. Check the program for other AESA and CASA events!
In other AESA news, there is a Call for Nominations of Members for the Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation (CASA), reprinted below from the AESA Weekly Roundup.
Dear AESA Membership, The nominations committee will receive nominations for three available appointments to the Committee on Academic Standards and Accreditation
(CASA) until October 5. CASA is an advisory committee to AESA with the responsibility for maintaining and, when appropriate, updating, the Standards for Academic and Professional Instruction in Foundations of Education, Educational Studies, and Educational Policy Studies. The committee is also responsible for making professional educators aware of the Standards; educating foundations of education faculties regarding the use of the Standards, and gaining the support of accreditation and state departments of education in the general enforcement of the Standards. CASA members serve three year terms and the committee meets each year at the annual conference.
You can read more about CASA in our By-Laws,
Please send your nominations to Nancy Ares
email@example.comAESA as the subject heading. You are welcome to self-nominate and/or make multiple nominations from the AESA membership. Nominees should be members of AESA in good standing. Please provide Nancy with your or your nominee’s current email address and phone number. The nominations committee will prepare a list of all CASA nominees and confirm the nominees’ willingness to serve. Each nominee will be asked to submit a brief statement of interest in working with CASA by October 15. This information will be given to current CASA members.
Invitations to accept an appointment will take place prior to the CASA meeting at the October annual AESA meeting. Invited appointees will be recommended to the Executive Council for final approval.
Deron Boyles, President of the John Dewey Society has sent information about JDS activities at AERA next month. The links below contain his letter to members, as well as AERA conference information, a call for help, and a JDS membership form.
Letter from Deron Boyles (doc)
In other news, there is still time to send feedback concerning proposed revisions to the AESA/CSFE Standards. See previous post for the details!
Please consider joining the CSFE as an individual (or group) member. A CSFE membership form is available via the “ABOUT” page.
Best to all — Ed Prof
A Few Important Announcements:
There are now two addresses that will take visitors to our CSFE site: csfeonline.org and a new address — socialfoundations.org Please share either of these links with those who might be interested in learning about the Standards and other Council work.
If you would like to support the work of the Council, please consider joining as an individual (sustaining) member. The cost is minimal ($10). Membership forms are available for download through the “Membership” page to the right. For leaders of social foundations organizations, this would be an ideal time to submit membership dues as well. See membership forms for details.
This year, the CASA committee of AESA has been reviewing and drafting proposed revisions of the CLSE/AESA Standards. We will try to get the word out as opportunities for comment become available.
And finally, it is time for us to elect new CSFE officers. In the near future, I will appoint a nominations committee to prepare a slate of candidates for those whose terms of office have expired. We will also be working to identify current voting members (member organization delegates) in order to hold a proper online election. A call for nominations will be posted here, and on the AESA listserve soon.
Jan Armstrong, CSFE President
Education is a social process. Education is growth. Education is, not a preparation for life; education is life itself. — John Dewey
Welcome to the Council for Social Foundations of Education (CSFE) Online! This site provides information about the Council’s current activities, past achievements and aspirations for the future. It also provides links to our member organizations, constitution, and Standards for Academic and Professional Instruction in Foundations of Education, Educational Studies, and Educational Policy Studies.
The purpose of the Council, as stated in the CSFE Constitution, is to provide a forum among learned societies and individual scholars in the humanistic and social foundations of education for developing, discussing, approving, and implementing policies regarding matters of mutual interest among members. Such matters may include, but are not limited to, standards related to the preparation and licensure of educators and accreditation of education programs or units.