The Association of Canadian Deans of Education wishes to advance its role and position as one of the major contributors to, and advocate of, public education in Canada. ACDE, representing sixty-four faculties, schools and departments of Education in Canadian universities, represents an essential aspect of educational development by:
ACDE’s Accords represent its most public statements concerning ACDE’s role and responsibility in public education in Canada.
Accords published to date include:
Magnusson, K., Frank, B., & Ellsworth, K. (2016). The ACDE Accords: A case study in democratic leadership. In L. Schultz and M. Viczko (Eds.), Assembling and governing the higher education institution. Palgrave Macmillan: London, UK.
Mandzuk, D. (2016). Challenging disparities in teacher education in Canada: The impact of the Association of Canadian Deans of Education (ACDE) Accords. In M. Flores and T. Al Barwani (Eds.) Redefining teacher education for the post-2015 era: Global challenges and best practices. Nova Publishers: Hauppauge, NY.