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Leaving Colleges of Education Behind: Re-visioning Roles Through Community Partnerships
Unformatted Document Text:  We will invite conversation about the changing roles of colleges of education and teacher preparation as we continue to problematize what it means to be a college of education in a landgrant university in the 21 st century. References Cuomo, A. (1998). Foreword. In HUD, Colleges and communities: Partners in urban revitalization - A report on the Community Outreach Partnership Centers Program. Washington, DC: HUD, 6. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). (1998). Colleges and communities: Partners in urban revitalization - A report on the Community Outreach Partnership Centers Program. Washington, DC: HUD. Rice, E. H. (2005). The collaboration process in professional development schools: Results of a meta-ethnography, 1990-1998. Journal of Teacher Education, 53(1), 55-67. Yinger, R. (2005). Notes from the chair: AACTE/OFPHQE. AACTE Briefs, 26(7), 2.

Authors: Fleener, M. Jayne., Exner, Patricia., Gothreaux, Chad. and Hondzinski, Jan.
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We will invite conversation about the changing roles of colleges of education and teacher
preparation as we continue to problematize what it means to be a college of education in
a landgrant university in the 21
st
century.
References


Cuomo, A. (1998). Foreword. In HUD, Colleges and communities: Partners in urban
revitalization - A report on the Community Outreach Partnership Centers
Program.
Washington, DC: HUD, 6.

Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD). (1998). Colleges and
communities: Partners in urban revitalization - A report on the Community
Outreach Partnership Centers Program.
Washington, DC: HUD.

Rice, E. H. (2005). The collaboration process in professional development schools:
Results of a meta-ethnography, 1990-1998. Journal of Teacher Education, 53(1),
55-67.

Yinger, R. (2005). Notes from the chair: AACTE/OFPHQE. AACTE Briefs, 26(7), 2.


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