The 12th Conference on Soflware Engineering Education and Training (CSEE&T '99), held immediately before SIGCSE '99 in New Orleans, continued a tradition of offering direction, promoting hmovation and collaboration and stimulatingn ew insuuctional approachesto software engineering education and training. CSEE&T is the only conferenced evotede ntirely to the improvemenot f soare engkeringeducationandtmining. CsEEgtT 99 fixxsed on a different theme each day: Prof Sional Issues Training Curricula aud Distance Education Undergraduatea nd GraduateC urricula CSEE&T '99 also included several half-day workshops designe4-tlo provide .a forum participauts to exchange opinions on topics on soare engineeriug research and practice, and related education and training issues. This panel will report on the activities of CSEE&T '99 for the benefit of those at SIGCSE that could not attend both conferences. Some of the issues related to CSEE&T '99 that will be addressedb y the panelists: Current trends in soare engineering education that were presented; The statuso f the developmenot f softwaree ngineering as a discipline, espelly with regard to curricula models, accreditatiou, and liceusing, and how that may afht computer science programs; Good pedagogical techniqueook/projects that were idents Areaso f controversyc oncernings oftwaree ngineering that Well Areas that were discwed where software engmeeiing educationn eedsi mprovementa; nd Reasons why it would be beneficial for SIGCSE attendeesto also attendC SEET in Wure years.