Past Trainings

2017 Trainersevents/training-restorative-justice-for-college-student-misconduct-and-residential-life/trainers David R. Karp Skidmore College 815 N. Broadway Saratoga Springs, New York 518-580-5779 dkarp@skidmore.edu David R. Karp is Professor of Sociology at Skidmore College in Saratoga Springs, New York. His scholarship focuses on restorative justice in community and campus settings and on...

Publications

If you are interested in collaborating with other Mid-Level practitioners on various research topics, please email your contact information and topical area to mlcop.acpa@gmail.com . ACPA Publications Continuing professional development is critical in education, and ACPA members get the best available information, research and resources in ACPA's publications. As an ACPA member, you receive...

Book Club

Suggested Reading List by Topic Educational Theory Pedagogy of the Oppressed - Paulo Freire - 1970 Culture and Power in the Classroom - Antonia Darder - 1991 Made in America: Immigrant Students in Our Public Schools - Laurie Olsen - 1997 Ain't No Making It: Aspirations & Attainment In a Low Income Neighborhood - Jay Macleod - 1995 Democracy and Education - John Dewey - 1916 The Hidden...

Mission

MLCOP Mission ACPA’s Mid-Level Community of Practice (MLCOP) is to encourage, develop, and deliver programs and services focused on the needs of mid-level professionals in student affairs and higher education. MLCOP Purpose The purposes for MLCOP are: To provide programs and services for the unique needs of mid-level professionals. To foster a community of practice that will sustain and enrich...