Reports

Fast Forward: Foundations and Future State. Educators and Practitioners
Download Full Report The 2017 CPRE Report on public relations education, Fast Forward: Foundations and Future State. Educators and Practitioners: Is the product of three years of research in the U.S. and abroad, including focus …
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Standards for a Master’s Degree in Public Relations: Educating for Complexity
From research conducted in 2011, this report provides recommendations for graduate-level public relations education that will benefit those going into academia and the practitioner world.
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A First Look: An in-depth Analysis of Global Public Relations Education (cover)
A First Look: An In-depth Analysis of Global Public Relations Education
Download Full Report Public relations, now a global profession, has long merited research to document how it is being taught at the undergraduate and graduate levels in countries around the world. “Analysis of Global Public …
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Philanthropy for Public Relations Education (cover)
Philanthropy for Public Relations Education
This report presents the findings of research conducted in 2010, extending the original research of the Commission of Public Relations' 2006 study that produced a first ever "Sampling of Major Gifts to Public Relations Education."
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The Professional Bond (report cover)
The Professional Bond
This report, like earlier reports of the Commission on Public Relations Education, presents recommendations for public relations undergraduate and graduate education. But beyond this traditional purpose, "The Professional Bond" report has also been developed to demonstrate, facilitate and encourage the kind of linking of public relations education and practice that is the hallmark of any profession.
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A Port of Entry (cover)
A Port of Entry
The Commission invites students and potential students, faculty and other academic leaders, certification and accreditation bodies and public relations practitioners to buy into and profit from the greatly improved "Port of Entry" education this report describes.
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