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CPED Announces Admittance of 10 New Members to the Consortium

 

CPED Announces Admittance of 10 New Members to the Consortium

The Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate (CPED) and its Board of Directors have accepted 10 new higher education institutional members to the Consortium.

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Announcement: CPED Board Leadership Changes

CPED Board Leadership Changes

Dr. David Rock will assume the role of Chair of the CPED Board of Directors among other additions to the Board leadership.
Learn more about the contributions of outgoing Chair Dr. David Imig and new changes to the Board.


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Call for Scholarly Practitioner Research Forum Co-Chairs

Call for Scholarly Practitioner Research Forum Co-Chairs

The 2nd annual Scholarly Practitioner Research Forum will be held online Tuesday, October 19, 2021. This year the forum theme will align with the CPED convening theme of:

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CPED Welcomes Two New Board Members

CPED Welcomes Two New Board Members

Please join us in welcoming Drs. Kofi Lomotey and William Crawley to the CPED Board of Directors! We're excited to have them on our Board and looking forward to their leadership. 

Dr. Kofi Lomotey

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CPED Improvement Groups (CIGs) are Getting a Make-Over!

Revitalization of CPED CIG Groups

CPED Improvement Groups (CIGs) consist of groups of members who share a common interest in specific topics, contexts, or components of EdD program design and who want to learn about and develop strategies for improving best practices. Such learning and improvement will support the CPED mission “to strengthen, improve, support and promote the CPED framework through continued collaboration and investigation.”

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Call to Community: A Response to Growing Asian Hate and Continued Injustice Against BIPOC Peoples

Call to Community: A Response to Growing Anti-Asian Hate and Continued Injustice Against BIPOC Peoples

Dear CPED Colleagues, 

It's undeniable that the past year has been a reckoning for racial equity and social justice. With the spike in anti-Asian hate crimes coming to widespread attention, we find ourselves in an all too familiar space of racism and hatred. At CPED Headquarters, we have been pondering what more we can do beyond denouncing these hateful acts by asking ourselves:

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Save the Dates for the #CPED21 Convening

Save the Dates for the #CPED21 Convening

We're Going Virtual!

October 20 - 22, 2021

Theme: Setting a Community Responsive
Agenda for the Next 100 years

Operationalizing the CPED Framework to prepare educational professionals who engage inquiry for and with communities and ensure all students learn and thrive in just and equitable systems.    



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CPED Staff Spotlight: Emma Abruzzo

Meet Emma Abruzzo!
CPED Graduate Assistant

“Educators hold the most consequential and admirable role in any community."


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Statement by the Carnegie Project on the Education Doctorate in Response to The Wall Street Journal Op-Ed on Dr. Jill Biden and the Education Doctorate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE 

Contact:

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Announcing New Editors in Chief for Impacting Education

Announcing New Editors in Chief for Impacting Education

Welcome Drs. Jeffries and Tamim!

Meet the new Editors in Chief for our academic journal Impacting Education, Dr. Rhonda Jeffries and Dr. Suha Tamim. We are excited to welcome them to CPED's online, open-source journal to help provide a forum where academics and practitioners alike may publish scholarly articles that meaningfully contribute to the improved preparation of PK-20 educational leaders.

Dr. Rhonda Jeffries

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CPED Staff Spotlight: Carolyn Carlins

Meet Carolyn Carlins!
CPED Operations Manager

"There is no better feeling than seeing the difference you make."


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Program of the Year Winner Insights - University of Hawaii at Manoa

CPED Program of the Year Award Winner Insights
University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa - 2017

CPED’s Program of the Year Award (POY) is presented to distinctive and innovative programs. Explain how your program meets these qualities and the role each member in your team played in developing a program of this caliber.

The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa was honored to receive the CPED Program of the Year Award in 2017. We are privileged to join amazing sister programs across the country in this distinction. Our program met the required qualities by focusing on our key principles and components of our EdD program with a focus on preparing professionals as educational leaders.


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First Upload of #CPED20 Convening Resources Available Now

First Upload of #CPED20 Convening Resources Available Now

We're excited to announce that the first set of #CPED20 Convening video recordings and learning exchange resources are ready for CPED members to view. Included are the Wednesday, October 14th keynote presentations, several learning exchange sessions, and the 2020 award presentations.

The remaining resources and video recordings are currently being processed and uploaded to our Resource Center. Due to the large quantity of media, resources will be released weekly throughout November.

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CPED Announces 2020 Award Winners

CPED Announces 2020 Award Winners

CPED is excited to announce our 2020 award winners! These recognize the accomplishments of CPED-influenced member programs, students, and faculty.

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Announcing New Impacting Education Series: 100 Years of the EdD

Announcing New Impacting Education Special Issue Series:
100 Years of the EdD

The Impacting Education (IE) journal is an open access, international blind peer-reviewed journal where academics and practitioners can publish scholarly articles that meaningfully contribute to the improved preparation of PK-20 educational leaders through the examination of the development, redesign, and improvement of professional preparation programs as well as their outcomes.

This year marks 100 years since the founding of the first EdD program. To highlight and celebrate this milestone and the progress made toward making the EdD a degree that prepares scholarly practitioners for their work in the field, IE is running a special series of three themed journal issues. Each issue will be led by guest editors with content-expertise and will be published in the spring of 2021.


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Special Message from CPED Executive Director Jill A. Perry

Special Message from CPED Executive Director
Jill A. Perry


Greetings CPED Colleagues!

As we head into what will surely be a unique and challenging year, I write to offer best wishes from the CPED Team as you begin what may be an uncertain fall semester. Though these are unusual times, I assure you that we remain committed to the CPED mission: to strengthen, improve, support, and promote the CPED Framework through continued collaboration and investigation. To do this, we are putting member support front and center of our strategic priorities for the year.



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New Resource Center Additions

New EdD Design, Redesign, & Implementation Resources

New Resources Uploaded to the CPED Resource Center

CPED is excited to announce that we've updated the Resource Center for members with many new resources to download. These resources include research, essays, publications, learning modules, and presentation slides.

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New Impacting Education Issue - Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD Programs

New Impacting Education Issue
Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD Programs

CPED is pleased to announce that a new issue of our peer reviewed academic journal - Impacting Education - is now available to read for free.

This issue's special theme is Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD ProgramsThe themed issue is designed to highlight the challenges, the work, and the results of both EdD graduates and faculty as it relates to activism and becoming change agents within their local educational communities and beyond. 


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Equity and Justice for All Series

New Series
Equity and Justice for All

Content, Resources, and Events on Racial Justice in Educational Systems and Leadership

Following the recent killings of Rayshard BrooksDavid McAteeGeorge FloydAhmaud Abery, and Breonna TaylorCPED Board Member and Dean of the School of Education at Portland State University, Marvin Lynn, asked:

What would it mean for our EdD students to pay more attention to issues of race and inequality in educational systems? 



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CPED Statement on Police Brutality and Racism in the United States

CPED Statement on Police Brutality and Racism in the United States

Dear CPED Community,

The leadership of CPED stands in solidarity with Black and Brown communities, and we grieve with them for the injustices they have and continue to face. In 2009, the founding CPED membership placed equity, justice, and ethics as the first principle upon which EdD programs should be designed to prepare educational leaders. 

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