Registered Participants who wish to be published in the International Conference on Urban Education Conference Proceedings must submit an abstract and a maximum 5-page document (not including references and tables/figures) by no later than September 15, 2018 that focuses on your accepted presentation.  The document must contain a designated Solutions-based section that highlights approaches that be used in urban educational environments for practioners and other stakeholders.  If there is not a solutions-based section clearly identified in the document, it will not be accepted for publication in the Conference Proceedings.  Submissions can be uploaded here.


Please note that this publication opportunity is only for registered participants of the International Conference on Urban Education. If the submission includes authors that are not registered for the conference, it will not be considered for publication.



Thank you to the record number of people that submitted proposals to be presenters at ICUE.  ALL Email Decision Letters have been sent out.  If you have not received your Decision Letter via email, please check your Spam/Junk Mail.  If you have any questions, please email


ICUE Call for Proposals
ICUE Call for Proposals 2018.pdf
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The International Conference on Urban Education is excited to open our Call for Session Moderators. Our Session Moderators are a vital part of the success of the conference to make sure our sessions run smoothly and start and end in a timely fashion. If interested in this leadership role, please fill out our form to be considered as a Session Moderator. Final decisions on Session Moderators will be made in June 2018. Deadline for Submissions - April 22, 2018 (EXTENDED TO MAY 6, 2018). The Submission System for Session Moderators and Discussants is now closed. The ICUE Program Team will send out notifications after the review process is complete.






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