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TITLE: American Association of University Professors
DESCRIPTION: Provides help for individual faculty members to deal with teaching, intellectual freedom, and other related problems. It includes resources such as 1940 Statement of Principles on Academic Freedom and Tenure, Statement on Government of Colleges and Universities, General Information on Part-time Faculty, General Information on Sexual Harassment, General Information on Workload.
LOCATION: 1012 Fourteenth Street N.W. Suite 500, Washington D.C. 20005-3465
PHONE: 202-737-5900
FAX: 202-737-5526
KEYWORDS: higher education association, professors, united states

 
TITLE: American Federation of Teachers
CREATOR: American Federation of Teachers, AFL-CIO.
DESCRIPTION: "The AFT is an 900,000-member union of public and professional employees, including public and private school teachers, paraprofessionals and school-related personnel (PSRPs), higher education faculty and professionals, employees of state and local governments, nurses and health professionals." The site provides news and information that affect the union members of these groups.
E-MAIL: online@aft.org
KEYWORDS: teachers association, union, united states

 
TITLE: Association of University Teachers (U.K.)
DESCRIPTION: "AUT is a trade union and professional association representing all types of professional staff primarily in the UK "old" university sector." It provides daily updated latest national and local news, analysis and briefings for teachers.
E-MAIL: hq@aut.org.uk
KEYWORDS: university teachers association, professors, union, united kingdom

 
TITLE: Canadian Association of University Teachers
DESCRIPTION: "The Canadian Association of University Teachers is the national voice of university academic staff in Canada. Established in 1951, CAUT is a federation of faculty associations/unions and represents members in every province by promoting the interests of teachers, professional librarians and researchers in Canadian universities and university colleges, advancing the standards of their profession, seeking to improve the quality of higher education in Canada." The site includes information on the association and other teaching and research resources on the Internet.
E-MAIL: jpiche@caut.ca
KEYWORDS: university teachers association, professors, union, canada

 
TITLE: Council of Chief State School Officers
DESCRIPTION: "A nationwide, nonprofit organization composed of public officials who lead the departments responsible for elementary and secondary education in the states, the U.S. extra-state jurisdictions, the District of Columbia, and the Department of Defense Dependents Schools. In representing chief education administrators, CCSSO works on behalf of the state agencies that have primary authority for education in each state." The site includes information and links on major education issues and policy statements, state education agencies, and other educational resources on the Internet.
E-MAIL: info@ccsso.org
KEYWORDS: school officials, united states

 
TITLE: EdNA - Education Network Australia
DESCRIPTION: "This Service provides access to quality Internet sites for the education and training community. It offers opportunities for educators and students of all ages to learn together, share ideas and find information."--Title screen. The site includes information about EdNA activities and arrangements relevant to schools, vocational education and training, higher education sector, and links to institutions, projects, and publications.
KEYWORDS: educational network, directory, universities, vocational education, schools

 
TITLE: National Association of Elementary School Principals
DESCRIPTION: "The National Association of Elementary School Principals is a powerful advocate for K-8 principals and the 33 million children they serve. The more than 27,000 members of NAESP receive a wide range of services aimed at helping principals do the best possible job in leading their schools to excellence.... The association offers professional development training programs, regional and national conferences, and a broad range of regular periodicals, including the award-winning PRINCIPAL magazine, with reports on the latest research along with practical advice from administrators. NAESP also offers comprehensive legal assistance, salary and contract review, and services for students, including the American Student Council Association." The site includes publications, programs, student services, federal and state government relations resources, and other educational resources on the Internet.
E-MAIL: naesp@naesp.org
KEYWORDS: school principals, association, united states

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