School Community, Climate and Culture SIG 104
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School Community, Climate and Culture SIG 104
 
SC3 SIG Purpose
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The School Community, Climate, and Culture (SC3) SIG was established in 1994. The purpose of the SIG is to disseminate research on school community, climate, and culture and to provide a venue for the research collaboration of its members.

 
 
Announcements
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Advance a Paper or Session Submission to the SC3 SIG

As you prepare your submissions for the 2020 AERA Annual Meeting in San Francisco, please consider submitting to the School Community, Climate, and Culture (SC3) SIG! Submissions to the SC3 SIG should make clear how the work builds off of and extends scholarship on these topics. Individual papers and symposia are welcome. Please contact SIG chair Jonathan Cohen with any questions. 

 
 
SC3 SIG Awards
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Congratulations to Gordon Capp and Dandan Chen for being awarded the 2019 Outstanding Dissertation in the Field of School Climate award. The award is issued annually by the SC3 SIG to the best Ph.D. or Ed.D. dissertation related to school climate.  The deadline for proposal submission for the 2020 award will be announced this fall. Past winners of the award can be found here.

 
 
S3C SIG Bylaws
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A PDF version of the SC3 SIG bylaws can be found by clicking here.

 

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