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  • AERA
    The American Educational Research Association is concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results.

  • American Educational Studies Association
    The American Educational Studies Association (AESA) was established in 1968 as an international learned society for students, teachers, research scholars, and administrators who are interested in the foundations of education. AESA is a society primarily comprised of college and university professors who teach and research in the field of education utilizing one or more of the liberal arts disciplines of philosophy, history, politics, sociology, anthropology, or economics as well as comparative/international studies. As with all members of academe, keeping current with research publications in one’s discipline is on ongoing responsibility of critical importance to the members of AESA. The role of AESA is to provide a cross-disciplinary forum wherein scholars might gather to exchange and debate ideas generated from the above mentioned areas. This cross-disciplinary commitment of the organization creates a landscape for the discussion of broader policy issues such as minority studies, gender studies, multicultural education, democracy, and issues of educational equality and equity. Our membership is dedicated to examining issues in education from a plurality of academic viewpoints and perspectives.

  • American Journal of Education
    A scholarly journal devoted to the evaluation and synthesis of educational scholarship, and to scholarly commentary on educational practice. Edited by NSSE member William Lowe Boyd of Penn State.

  • Kappa Delta Pi
    Kappa Delta Pi, International Honor Society in Education, is committed to recognizing excellence and fostering mutual cooperation, support, and professional growth for educational professionals. The organization is partnering with NSSE to sponsor No Child Left Behind Town Hall meetings in 2004 and 2005.

  • National Academy of Education
    The National Academy of Education (NAE) was founded in 1965 to “promote scholarly inquiry and discussion concerning the ends and means of education, in all its forms, in the United States and abroad.” Today, the Academy consists of up to 150 members who are elected on the basis of outstanding scholarship or outstanding contributions to education. NAE is one of NSSE’s partners in sponsoring No Child Left Behind Town Hall meetings during 2004 and 2005.

  • Teachers College Record
    A scholarly journal covering the field of education in general.

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