CAE Bylaws 2013
This pdf file contains the updated version of the Council of Anthropology and Education Bylaws (last update: amendments approved in March 2013).
CAE 2013 Annual Report
Annual Report submitted to the AAA leadership by Rosemary Henze, 2013 CAE President and Marjorie Faulstich Orellana, 2014 President Elect.
CAE 2012 Annual Report
Annual Report submitted to the AAA leadership by Gregory Tanaka, 2012 CAE President and Rosemary Henze, 2013 President Elect.
CAE 2010 Annual Report
Annual Report submitted to the AAA leadership by Bryan Brayboy, 2010 CAE President.
CAE 2009 Annual Report
Annual Report submitted to the AAA leadership by Teresa McCarty, 2009 CAE President.
CAE 2009 President Report
President’s Report by Teresa McCarty, 2009 CAE President.
AAA Section Assembly Mentoring Task Force Report
In 2008-09, AAA’s Section Assembly (composed of heads of all AAA sections) constituted a Mentoring Task Force to critically assess “best practices” in mentoring students and emerging scholars within individual sections and AAA as a whole, particularly support for underrepresented groups. CAE President Teresa McCarty chaired this Task Force. In fulfilling its charge, the committee solicited input from across AAA sections, including CAE. The Task Force recommendations (attached) are currently under consideration for action by the Section Assembly and AAA Executive Board.
CAE Promotion & Tenure Guidelines
The Council on Anthropology and Education seeks to promote exemplary scholarship in anthropological studies of education, in teaching critical research from the field, and in service supportive of social justice. CAE sees these as crucial components in the achievement of social justice in education, and as a means to advance anti-oppressive, socially equitable, and racially just outcomes to educational problems through research using anthropological perspectives, theories, methods and findings. These guidelines are intended to be used by anyone who is reviewing a tenure file to support the social justice and activist research valued by the Council on Anthropology and Education. These guidelines are also intended for the use of scholars preparing tenure files for crafting arguments which explain their research trajectory.