National Academy Of Education

The National Academy of Education advances the highest quality education research and its use in policy formulation and practice. Founded in 1965, the academy consists of up to 200 U.S. members and up to 25 foreign associates who are elected on the basis of outstanding scholarship or contributions to education. Since its establishment, the academy has undertaken numerous commissions and study panels addressing pressing issues in education, which typically include both National Academy of Education members and other scholars with expertise in a particular area of inquiry.

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Faculty Year
David Berliner, Emeritus faculty
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Member
1999
Michelene Chi
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Member
2010
Christopher Clark
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Spencer Fellow
1978
James Gee
College of Liberal Arts and Sciences
Member
2007
Gene Glass, Emeritus faculty
Mary Lou Fulton Teachers College
Member
2000