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Listserv Information

An announcement listserv has been established for the Catholic Education SIG. The purpose of the announcement listserv is to provide the SIG with an effective communication tool with which important information about the SIG and AERA can be communicated to SIG members in a timely manner. The announcement listserv uses an e-mail distribution list of all current members of the Catholic Education SIG. The list is updated by the Central Office on a monthly basis to ensure that all new SIG members can be included. At the present time, only the SIG secretary/treasurer is authorized to send out messages to the announcement listserv.

To send out an announcement to SIG members, please send a message to Karen Holyk-Casey at karen.holyk-casey@lmu.edu.  Please note that the listserv is text-based, and does not accept attachments.  Announcements related to Catholic Education will be accepted and included in our announcement listserv.  In the near future, AERA will establish a discussion listserv to provide a forum for SIG members to post comments on relevant topics. Subscription to the listserv is entirely voluntary and a member can terminate the subscription at any time.
 
 
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Cultivating a Field of Research

To submit information or reviews of current research in the field to the Catholic Education SIG newsletter, please contact Karen Holyk-Casey (karen.holyk-casey@lmu.edu)

 
 
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2015 Announcements Coming Soon!


Past Announcements

Print and share information about the new Catholic Education SIG Dissertation Award! Application Deadline: December 15.

Check out the October 2011 SIG Newsletter!

Read the December newsletter from our friends at ARPE (Associates for Research on Private Education).

Job Posting from University of South Florida, Asst. Professor of Mathematics, Dept of Childhood Education and Literacy Studies. While not a position in Catholic education per se, USF has several close ties with the Catholic schools in the area and opportunities for research in Catholic education are available.

Letter to AERA President from the Catholic Education Journal (May 2011)

 
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