Q. Is the AEFP a non-profit organization?
A. The AEFP is a 501(c)(3) tax-exempt non-profit organization. Your contributions toward advancing education finance and policy research is appreciated. Please mail your contributions to the
The Association for Education Finance and Policy
Lydia Ross, Executive Director
1900 W Chandler Blvd.
Suite 15, Number 151
Chandler, AZ 85225
Q. Does the AEFP have State Chapters?
A. The AEFP does not have State Associations as such.
About Publications and Available Research Data
Q. Are past AEFP yearbooks available for viewing on the Aefa.cc web site?
A. Printed editions of past yearbooks are available through Eye on Education Publishing. You should also be able to find a copy of the AEFA yearbook in most libraries.
Q. Can the AEFP send me an electronic file that consists of all the AEFP member contact information?
Q. I am a member, but am not receiving publications, emails, newsletters, etc.?
A. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org and we will work to resolve the issue.
About the Annual Conference
Q. Can I pay by credit card if I provide credit card information on the conference registration mail-in form?
A. AEFP accepts payment by credit card, check or money order for payment of membership and conference fees.
Q. Does the AEFP make special arrangements for conference attendees with respect to travel or hotels?
A. The AEFP has a host hotel and gives travel suggestions for conference attendees. As the conference date approaches, the conference page will post more specific details regarding hotel registration.
Q. Where can I get a copy of the conference program?
A. Conference programs are made available online for viewing and printing as the conference approaches.
Q. I am presenting at the conference. How can I get promotional photographs, pre/post-conference handout material and PowerPoint presentations up on the AEFP Conference web site, for quick and easy access by conference attendees?
A. Send your request to email@example.com.