Archive for the ‘CFLE’ Category
Membership in 2012 was 3,485. Read the Spring 2012 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Summer 2012 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Fall 2012 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Winter 2012 NCFR Report magazine Read the Winter 2012 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Spring 2012 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Summer 2012 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Fall 2012 CFLE Network Newsletter
Membership now stood at 3,517. Read the Spring 2011 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Summer 2011 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Fall 2011 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Winter 2011 NCFR Report Magazine NCFR and Schroeder Measurement Technologies updated the CFLE exam and created a second test form, replacing 14 questions with questions from the CFLE test bank. Deborah Gentry replaced Mary Bold as NCFR Academic Program Liaison. Read the Winter 2011 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Spring 2011 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Summer 2011 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Fall 2011 CFLE Network Newsletter
Membership this year stood at 3,366. Read the Spring 2010 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Summer 2010 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Fall 2010 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Winter 2010 NCFR Report Magazine Read the Winter 2010 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Spring 2010 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Summer 2010 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Fall 2010 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Winter 2009 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Spring 2009 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Summer 2009 CFLE Network Newsletter Read the Fall 2009 CFLE Network Newsletter
Membership in 2008 was 3,096. Read the March 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the June 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the September 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Read the December 2008 NCFR Report Magazine Beginning in 2008 the CFLE exam was offered three times per year via computer-based testing and on site at the NCFR Annual Conference. NCFR hired Mary Bold as Academic Program Review Liaison to administer program approval and renewal aspects of the Academic Program Review.
Membership this year totaled 3,241. Read the March 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the June 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the September 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Read the December 2007 NCFR Report Magazine Development of the CFLE exam progressed during the first half of 2007 as NCFR members met with Schroeder Measurement Technologies to conduct a Practice Analysis and Item Writing workshop. In September 2007, NCFR held its final portfolio review. Two hundred five applications were received. In November 2007, the first CFLE Exam was offered at the NCFR Annual Conference. Three candidates sat for the exam.
In order to maintain connections, a new “emeritus CFLE” category was created because many of the first certified people were retiring. As of June 2006, 72 applications had been received. The CFLE program continued to publish the CFLE Syllabus Collection. The recently formed CFLE Advisory Board was in the process of revising the hiring brochure, developing a legislative monitoring network, producing a family life education PowerPoint presentation, and planning a special session at the 2006 Annual Conference. Continuing education credits earned from the NCFR journals were continued through several entities: “The Study Credit,” the International Association of Pastoral Counselors, and “Get CEUs Now.” Ninety-four college […]
After over 10 years as a UN NGO, NCFR was given consultative status by the UN Economic and Social Council, making NCFR part of a 2,700-organization network worldwide and giving NCFR ability to offer assistance to the work of the council. They would work with the Commission on Social Development, the Committee on the Status of Women, and the Committee on Population & Development. NCFR was also officially registered with the U.S. Government as an NGO nonprofit organization. Fifty-five newly certified family life educators were accepted and eight universities were added to the approved academic program list. A new advisory committee was […]
The Fifth Annual Policy Conference was jointly sponsored with AAFCS and NCFR in Washington, DC, on April 1 and 2, 2004. The theme was “Families at the Crossroads,” and it focused on the four issues of Medicare, education, health care, and the economy. The recipient of the NCFR Special Services to Families Award was Rep. Dennis DeFazio (D-OR) for his work with military families. In the wake of Margaret Feldman’s retirement and move back to Ithaca, NY, NCFR opened a policy office in Washington, DC, at the Instate Natural Gas Association of America. An Emerging Leadership Training Institute was held on November […]
Elected Section officers for 2002–2004 were as follows: EE, Lynnette Olson, chair-elect; EM, Farrell Webb, chair-elect; FH, Barbara Mandleco, chair-elect; FS, Laura Smart, chair; and FT, Volker Thomas, chair-elect. An Annie E. Casey Foundation Grant of $75,000 was given to NCFR for the purpose of developing teams of researchers and practitioners to provide a special issue of Family Relations and fact sheets on issues of families and children of concern. The Third Annual Public Policy Conference took place April 18–19, 2002, in Washington, DC. The theme was “Mid-Term Progress: Economic Stability for Families.” Over 76 attendees participated in dialogue regarding the Temporary […]
The second annual Public Policy & Education Conference was held in Washington, DC, March 1–2, 2001, with 53 paid registrants attending. Committee chair was Tom Chibucos of Bowling Green State University. Attendees met with 33 congressional offices representing 23 states. Each office received a copy of the award-winning booklet “Public Policy through a Family Lens: Sustaining Families in the 21st Century.” Rep. Nancy Johnson (R-CT), received the NCFR Special Service to Families Award. Eleanor Clift, contributing editor to Newsweek, gave the keynote address. Lauren Fasig, SRCD Office of Policy and Communication, gave the Capitol Hill orientation; Theodora Ooms, Senior Policy Analyst at the […]