2019 Conference Call for Proposals
Joint International School Choice & Reform and European Association for Education Law and Policy Conference 2019: Connecting Research, Practice, and Policy
Submit the title page and blinded proposal as two separate files by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
All submissions are due by 5PM on Friday, August 3, 2018.
Notification of proposal acceptance/rejection will be sent by September 21, 2018.
1. General Information
The seventh annual International School Choice and Reform Conference (ISCRC) will be held jointly with the Winter, 2019 meeting of the European Association for Education Law and Policy (ELA). This joint Conference will bring together academics, legal and policy experts, researchers, policy specialists, practitioners, and organization leaders from around the world who are interested in school choice and education reform. The conference will be held January 10-13, 2019 in Lisbon, Portugal at the Pestana Pusada de Lisboa Hotel.
The focus of the conference is on how school choice practice and policy shapes education, including the roles of various stakeholders, such as parents and teachers. Of particular interest are the connections between choice, autonomy, equity, and effective education. The conference encourages both empirically-based papers that use strong quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methodological approaches and theoretical and philosophical analyses connected to choice and policy analysis of law and regulations concerning school choice and reform. We particularly welcome presentations that are critical as well as supportive of school choice. Papers focusing on school choice and reform in an international perspective are highly encouraged.
2. Session Categories
Conference submissions can take one of three forms: single paper submissions, symposia or panels, and critical conversations and networking sessions, selected through this open call for submissions and a peer review process.
We strongly encourage submission of proposals that take advantage of the diversity of conference participants, both internationally and by sector, and that stimulate broad policy rather than technical discussions. Examples might include:
3. Guidelines for Content and Submission of Proposals
To submit a proposal, please click on the relevant hyperlink for directions:
All submissions are due by 5PM on Friday August 3, 2018. Notification of proposal acceptance or rejection will be sent by September 21, 2018.
Questions about proposal submissions may be directed to Ben Scafidi (email@example.com); Charisse Gulosino (firstname.lastname@example.org); Tommaso Agasisti (email@example.com); Kurt Willems (firstname.lastname@example.org); Pedro Barbas Homem (email@example.com) ; Pablo Meix Cerecada (Pablo.Meix@uclm.es) or Anna Egalite (firstname.lastname@example.org). Additional details on conference announcement, registration, and hotel accommodations may be found at http:// ISCRweb.org.
To learn more about travel grants available for ISCRC/ELA attendees, please visit this page (coming soon).