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Equity and Justice for All Series

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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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New Ways to Connect with CPED Colleagues

New Ways to Connect with CPED Colleagues!

New Challenge Fridays, Blog, Webinars, and Community Forum Discussions

 

CPED strives to provide enriching collaborative learning and networking opportunities for our members. We’ve been doing this through convenings, meetings and workshops at other conferences, CIGs, and committees.

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Introducing: New CPED Facilitation Services

Introducing: New CPED Facilitation Services

From Dr. Jill A. Perry - CPED Executive Director

What’s CPED Facilitation all about anyway?

In the last 12 years, the understanding of the EdD has shifted. The field of Education now, by and large, views the degree as a professional practice doctorate. CPED members have utilized our Framework to create programs that meet local contexts and professional practice needs. But as CPED grows, we still see new faculty and new programs struggle with understanding how to design EdD programs that look different than how they were trained or how programs have been modeled for nearly a century.



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