A group of ten or more members of the Association, having a common special interest, can be officially recognized by the Association as a Research and Development Group (RDG) by fulfilling the following requirements:
- All Research and Development Groups (RDGs) shall file a statement of purpose with the World FATE Board.
- Each chair of a RDG shall file a biennial report with the Recording Secretary within 56 days of the conclusion of the biennial meeting of World Fate.
- Each RDG shall meet at each biennial meeting.
- All persons meeting with an RDG must be registered for the full WFATE conference.
Research Development Groups
RDG Overview Page
Teacher Education: Curriculum & Partnerships
Inclusion & Social Justice in Teacher Education
Global Teacher Education: Networking Models
Transformation Society and Information
Politics and Policy in Teacher Education
Early Childhood in a Global Context