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This section includes articles and findings that have come from the CPED Initiative since its inception in 2007.

The EdD and the Scholarly Practitioner. Perry, J.A. (2015) School Administrator Magazine. March. pp 20-25

2013 Member Survey: Dissertation in Practice Characteristics

Special Issue: Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate The Education Doctorate -- A Degree for Our Times. Perry, J.A. (Ed.)(2014). Planning and Changing: An Educational Leadership and Policy Journal. Vol.44 issue 3/4: Fall/Winter 2013.  (Details about this special issue can be found here.)

The CPED Argument: A Counter Response. Perry, J.A. (2014). UCEA Review (55)1 pp 22-24.

To EdD or Not to EdD. Perry, J.A. (2012). Kappan Magazine, (94)1 pp. 41-45

What does history reveal about the Education Doctorate?. Perry (2012). In Placing practitioner knowledge at the center of teacher education: Rethinking the policy and practice of the Education Doctorate. Macintyre Latta, M. & Wunder, S. (Eds.). (2012). Information Age Publishing.

Characteristics of CPED Programs as of 2011: A survey was conducted of all CPED members in 2011 to learn about the demographics of their programs.

Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate Phase II: a Quest for Change. Perry, J.A. (2011). UCEA Review (52)3 pp1-3.
(*Note: results from the FIPSE study mentioned in this article can be found HERE)

CPED Phase I Final Report: A report of the the first phase of CPED given to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching

CPED Program Design-concepts Definitions (CPED, 2010)

CPED Definition of the EdD and Principles for EdD Program Design (CPED, 2009) 

A Stewardship of Practice in Education. Perry, J.A. & Imig, D. (2008). Change Magazine. Nov/Dec

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