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Letter to Members (2020)

Dear IAACS Colleagues, It is my pleasure to announce, on behalf of the Nomination Committee, that the slate of nominated members for the incoming Executive, the Standing Committees, and our member countries’ Representatives have been elected by a wide majority of the membership. I would like to congratulate all of these newly elected members! Please …

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Letter to Members (2019)

HAPPY NEW 2020! Dear Colleagues, At this season, last year, we were together in Australia for our wonderful Conference presided by our estimate colleague Bill Green. As stated in the report prepared by the organizing committee and posted on our page, the conference was a success, with 242 participants from 32 countries. For all of …

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[Call for Contributions] Curriculum Matters Journal

CURRICULUM MATTERS CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS Curriculum Matters (an annual peer-reviewed journal published by the New Zealand Council for Educational Research) seeks contributions from international authors on topics and curriculum issues that are relevant to both New Zealand and international audiences.

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[Call for Papers] The 4th European Conference on Curriculum Studies (EuroACS19)

The 4th European Conference on Curriculum Studies (EuroACS) will be held in Maynooth University, Ireland on June 7-8, 2019. Join EuroACS in Maynooth University for an opportunity for rich discussions on CURRICULUM: ORIGINS, TRAJECTORIES AND PRACTICES – http://www.euroacs.org/

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EERA & EuroACS Summer School

EERA’s NW3 Curriculum Innovation and EuroACS Summer School will be held in Maynooth University, Ireland on June 10-11, 2019.

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With Great Sadness

Dear Colleagues, I write with very sad news: our valued colleague and friend, Bill Doll, has passed away. I send Donna (Trueit), in the name of IAACS (and in my personal name), our solidarity and love. In a piece in honor of his mentor, in 2009, Bill Doll wrote: “with his passing went part of …

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