The CEE Commissions are provisional groups focused on specific tasks related to one particular issue, question or topic. The CEE Commissions meet at each NCTE Convention in the time slot designated for them. They are, in every sense, open groups that serve as welcoming gateways for those interested in issues important to other CEE members and for those interested in forming stronger connections with CEE. All NCTE and CEE members are welcome to join the commission of their choice and are free to move from one commission to another. While CEE membership is not a requirement of participation in a CEE Commission, it is encouraged.
Each commission names a chair (or co-chairs) for a two-year term; the chair (or co-chairs) are CEE members. The Chair is responsible for leading the annual meeting at the NCTE Conference and submitting an annual report to the CEE Executive Committee. New commissions can be formed by interested parties by submitting a written proposal to the CEE Executive Committee. Existing commissions can be dissolved by the members or by an action of the CEE Executive Committee. Specific guidelines for creating and dissolving commissions are outlined at the link below.
GUIDELINES FOR CREATING/RETIRING COMMISSIONS
Click on any of the CEE Commission names below to learn more about the work of the Commission.