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CONSTITUTION AND BYLAWS Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning AEPL National Council of Teachers of English Revised 11 96 11 98 3 06 11 8 2011 Article I NAME Advisory Board Chair the journal editor the newsletter editor and up to three additional appointed members as noted in VI 8 below Up to two members may serve in any position except for the positions of Secretary and Treasurer There shall be no more than two chairs or associate chairs Acceptance of a position on the Executive Committee will be with the understanding that the person will make every effort to attend all meetings of the assembly and the Executive Committee Insofar as possible the makeup of the Executive and Advisory Board shall reflect representativeness in terms of people of color gender various interests within the assembly geographic areas and various teaching levels The name of this organization shall be the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning of the National Council of Teachers of English hereafter referred to as the Assembly for Expanded Perspectives on Learning the Assembly or AEPL Article II PURPOSE The purposes of this assembly are to explore expanded perspectives on learning and their implications for and applications to English and arts education to encourage the development of research and classroom that focus on expanded conceptions of learning to encourage articles publications and other communications on the subject to present programs and special projects on this subject to provide an open forum for theorists researchers and practitioners to exchange ideas on the subject and to integrate the efforts of those in various disciplines who have a common interest in the subject Section B Duties The duties of the AEPL Executive Committee shall be as follows 1 The Executive Committee shall have primary responsibility for conducting the business of the Assembly including determining policies delegating responsibilities developing agenda items for its meetings and



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