CEE Leadership and Policy Summit
Georgia State University
May 20-22, 2005
Suzanne Miller, CEE Chair
Dana L. Fox, CEE Leadership and Policy Summit Chair
The Conference on English Education Leadership and Policy Summit brought together over 75 past, present, and future leaders of CEE from across the United States to rethink issues related to the preparation and continuing professional development of English language arts teachers and teacher educators. The goal of the working meeting was to assemble a collective knowledge base and a series of written position papers to guide future policy efforts of English teacher preparation and development in this country.
See the following links for more detailed reports and belief statements produced as a result of the CEE Summit. We invite response from CEE members and others to the seven belief statements listed below at email@example.com. Please specify which statement you are commenting on in the Subject of your email.
CEE Leadership and Policy Summit Thematic Strand Belief Statements:
What is English Education?
What do we know and believe about the roles of methods courses and field experiences in English education?
What do we know and believe about supporting linguistically and culturally diverse learners in English education?
What do we know and believe about multimodal literacies and digital technologies in English education?
How might we more meaningfully assess the effectiveness of English education programs?
How can CEE help its constituencies, the broader public, and policymakers understand the relationship between research and teaching?
How might we nurture and grow the membership of CEE?