AEFP 43rd Annual Conference

Hilton Portland & Executive Towers, Portland
March 15-17, 2018

Award Opportunities
Award applications are due December 31, 2017

AEFP 43rd Annual Conference

AEFP 43rd Annual Conference

Hilton Portland & Executive Towers, Portland
March 15-17, 2018

December 11 Conference Announcements

AEFP members: Our 43rd annual conference is less than three months away! We will all convene in Portland, Oregon on March 15 to 17 for an exciting three days of high quality scholarship and opportunities to connect with researchers and policymakers alike.

Due to the increased volume in proposal submissions, acceptances will be sent out with time slot announcements in early January 2018, rather than in December as in years past. AEFP will also announce details about policymaker and practitioner travel subsidies applications at that time. And in early February, networking time slots will be announced (sign ups are now full for both juniors and seniors). 

But until then, please consider the follow opportunities:

AEFP awards applications are due December 31 (dissertation, early career, new scholar and student travel awards). More information is available at www.aefpweb.org

AEFP seeks Ambassadors to participate in a Thursday morning welcome breakfast, and wear special nametags throughout the conference to be a friendly face for conversations and questions. Ambassadors may sign up on the online conference registration. Students, new members and policymakers/practitioners, please RSVP your breakfast attendance during your conference registration sign up (or e-mail AEFP staff if you’ve already registered to RSVP at info@aefpweb.org). 

AEFP is offering two pre-conference workshops this year from 8am-12pm on Thursday March 15; register here.

  • Bruce Baker and Mark Weber from Rutgers University and Matt Chingos from the Urban Institute will be sharing two new data tools on equity in school funding and its connection to student outcomes. Thanks to the WT Grant Foundation, this workshop is being offered at no cost to participants.
  • The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) will provide a comprehensive overview of state-of-the-art data tools from NCES that allow users to easily access and analyze NCES data. $100 registration fee.

Early bird registration fees end January 30; prices increase February 1 and again March 1. Online registration ends Monday March 5 with only on site registration permitted after that time. 

Conference Registration

Student membership

Regular membership

Early bird registration
Includes conference, 1-year membership & journal subscription.
Sign up on or before Feb 1, 2018
$250
Register
$430
Register
Regular registration
Includes conference, 1-year membership & journal subscription
Sign up on or after Feb 1, 2018
$300 $480
Late registration
Includes conference, 1-year membership & journal subscription
Sign up on or after Mar 1, 2018
$350 $530

Call for Papers
Submission window: September 25 to November 8, 2017

The Association for Education Finance and Policy (AEFP) is pleased to announce the call for proposals for its 43rd Annual Conference in Portland, Oregon on March 15 to 17, 2018. Submissions will be accepted for individual papers, posters, and policy talks from September 25 to November 8, 2017 through our online submission system.

Mail your inquiries to:
AEFP, Angie Hull
226 Middlebush Hall
Columbia, MO 65211
Phone: 573-814-9878
Fax: 573-884-4872
Email: info@aefpweb.org