International Conference on Educational Practices, Policy and Law (Ed Practice, Policy)

Venue: Southern Connecticut State University

Location: New Haven, Connecticut, United States

Event Date/Time: Jun 04, 2004 End Date/Time: Jun 05, 2004
Registration Date: Jun 04, 2004
Early Registration Date: Apr 15, 2004
Abstract Submission Date: Feb 15, 2004
Paper Submission Date: Jun 04, 2004
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SOUTHERN CONNECTICUT STATE UNIVERSITY’S Department of Educational Leadership and Policy Studies is requesting submissions for an international conference focusing on education, practice, policy, and law. The 2004 conference will consider education practice and policy in a broad socio-political context. As global events affect institutions at home and abroad, educators are faced with increasing social responsibility in using sound practice informed by considering theory and guided by proper policy and law. This conference seeks papers that will illuminate these ideas by considering practices, policies, and law with an impact on educational leadership.

This conference will attract professors and graduate students of educational practices, policy and law, global educators, policy-maker, government representatives, educational researchers and theorists, teachers, and other faculty and students in fields such as health and public administration The 2004 conference will be held Friday, June 4 and Saturday, June 5, 2004, in New Haven, Connecticut, USA. To register for the conference and/or submit a proposal, please do so on the conference website:

Proposal Guidelines
Please submit abstracts of 300 words or less through the conference website. The proposal submission deadline is February 15, 2004. Two types of proposals will be accepted:
• Individual paper
An individual paper involves a single paper by one or more authors. Individual paper will be grouped thematically by the conference organizers.
• Organized panel
A panel includes at least three papers (each with one or more authors), organized around a particular theme. When submitting an organized panel proposal, be sure to include the names and affiliations of each author. In addition, there will be invited speakers and symposia, graduate student programs, and informal conversation hours.

Examples of Topics
• International comparisons of educational policy or practices
• Innovative educational practices
• Education reform or adaptation to new or changing contexts
• Analyses of education law
• Impact of health or environment on education
• Human rights or peace education

• Registration before 4/15: $50.00(U.S.).
• Registration after 4/15: $60.00(U.S.).
• Student Registration before 4/15:$25.00
• Student Registration after 4/15: $30.00
Students must show current ID at the door.
Please make checks payable to: SCSU.
(No credit cards will be accepted)

Refer to the conference website for additional details regarding submission, conference
venue, and logistics.


501 Crescent Street
New Haven
United States

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