Convocatoria número especial: Políticas de inclusión y extensión de la obligatoriedad escolar: Alcances, contradicciones y desafíos en la materialización del derecho a la educación


Posted: 2017-02-02
 

EPAA/AAPE convoca a un número especial dirigido a analizar las Políticas de inclusión y  extensión de la obligatoriedad escolar: Alcances, contradicciones y desafíos  en la materialización del derecho a la educación

Editores invitados: Nora Gluz, UNGS- UBA, Dalila Andrade Oliveira, UFMG, Cibele Rodrigues, FUNDAJ 

 
Posted: 2017-02-02 More...
 

2016 Annual Report


Posted: 2016-12-19
 

The year 2016 has been a productive one for EPAA/AAPE, as this year's annual report details below. 

Happy holidays, and a special thank you to our Volume 24 (2016) authors, reviewers, guest editors, and volunteers.

Cordially,

Audrey Amrein-Beardsley

EPAA/AAPE Lead Editor

 
Posted: 2016-12-19 More...
 

Call for Papers: Global Perspectives on High-Stakes Teacher Accountability Policies


Posted: 2016-08-22
 
EPAA/AAPE announces an open call for papers for a special issue exploring global perspectives on high-stakes teacher accountability policies, guest edited by Jessica Holloway, Tore Bernt Sørensen, and Antoni Verger.  
Posted: 2016-08-22 More...
 

Call for Papers: Navigating the Contested Terrain of Teacher Education Policy and Practice


Posted: 2016-07-05
 

EPAA/AAPE announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring the contested terrain of teacher education policy and practice, guest-edited by Olena Aydarova and David Berliner, Arizona State University. 

 

 
Posted: 2016-07-05 More...
 

Convocatoria número especial: Reformas a la educación superior: América Latina en contexto internacional comparado/Special Issue on Higher Education in Latin America


Posted: 2016-06-07
 

EPAA/AAPE convoca a un número especial dirigido a analizar los procesos de reformas a la educación superior iniciados o impulsados por gobiernos en países de América Latina desde la década de 1990, en perspectiva comparada, y en diálogo con la literatura internacional relevante para las preguntas de investigación abordadas en cada artículo.

EPAA/AAPE invites papers that analyze higher education reforms initiated or promoted by governments in Latin America since the 1990s from a comparative perspective and in dialogue with the relevant international literature. Guest editors for this special issue are Andrés Bernasconi Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, and Sergio Celis, Universidad de Chile. 

 
Posted: 2016-06-07 More...
 

Call for Papers: School Diversification and Dilemmas across Canada in an Era of Education Marketization and Neoliberalization


Posted: 2016-03-10
 
EPAA/AAPE announces a call for papers for a special issue guested edited by Ee-Seul Yoon & Christopher Lubienski  examining the ways in which the global wave of educational policy reforms of marketization, privatization, neoliberalization, and school choice are changing how Canadian primary and secondary schools are organized, accessed, experienced and funded.  
Posted: 2016-03-10 More...
 

2015 Annual Report and Upcoming Changes


Posted: 2015-12-22
 
The year 2015 has been productive for EPAA/AAPE, as this year's annual report details below. The journal is also at the end of one cycle and beginning another, with a new editorial team.  
Posted: 2015-12-22 More...
 

Call for Papers: Special Issue on English Language Teaching in Public Primary Schools in Latin America


Posted: 2015-10-20
 
The journal Education Policy Analysis Archives/Archivos Analíticos de Políticas Educativas (EPAA/AAPE) invites researchers doing work on the topic of English Language Teaching (ELT) in primary schools in Latin America to collaborate on a special issue of the journal  
Posted: 2015-10-20 More...
 

EPAA Farewell and Welcome


Posted: 2015-09-01
 
Dear Readers,

As we begin a new academic year, EPAA/AAPE would like to say farewell to Amy Marcetti Topper for her service to the journal and welcome Dr. Stephanie McBride-Schreiner.

Amy is ABD in ASU’s Education Policy and Evaluation program and has served as a Managing Editor of the journal for the past three years. In addition to reviewing submissions and helping the editors, authors and special guest editors through the editorial process, she assisted with the social media and video commentary production, shared information about the journal at conferences, and contributed to the production of our annual report. She may not miss formatting articles and tables, but we will miss her as a talented manager, a superb scholar, and a great colleague.

Stephanie has joined EPAA’s editorial staff as the new Managing Editor. She has a background in scholarly publishing and we are excited to draw on her expertise as EPAA continues to explore innovative ways to connect the work of our authors with the wider world.

The EPAA/AAPE Editorial Team
Education Policy Analysis Archives
Website: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EPAAAAPE
Twitter: @epaa_aape
 
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Call for Papers: Discursive Perspectives on Education Policy Implementation, Adaptation, and Learning


Posted: 2015-07-01
 

Call for Papers: Discursive Perspectives on Education Policy Implementation, Adaptation, and Learning,

A particular aim of this special issue is to demonstrate the potential that discourse analytic approaches have for the study of education policy. We invite authors to submit manuscripts examining education policy using both micro-analytic traditions (e.g., conversation analysis, discursive psychology, etc.) and macro-analytic traditions (e.g., poststructural discourse analysis; critical discourse analysis) to discourse analysis. We are particularly interested in analyses that focus on the ways in which policy comes to be known, understood, or interpreted through formal and informal interactions, including: classroom talk, professional conversations, and public conversations among and between policymakers and the media. We welcome submissions that are empirical, theoretical, and methodological in scope, as well as submissions connected to education and/or education-related settings. Further, we encourage scholars from both the United States and international contexts to contribute. 

 
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Call for Papers: Education for Global Citizenship: Democratic Visions and Future Directions


Posted: 2015-01-26
 
Call for Papers:  Education for Global Citizenship: Democratic Visions and Future Directions
Guest Editor: Dr. John P. Myers, Florida State University, jpmyers@fsu.edu
 
Posted: 2015-01-26 More...
 

A Special Thanks to our 260 V22-2014 Reviewers


Posted: 2014-12-21
 

Dear readers

We want to wish you very happy holidays and send our Special Thanks to our Volume 22 (2o14) Reviewers. Authors and Reviewers

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Estimad@s lector@s

Les deseamos muy felices fiestas y aprovechamos para agradecer especialmente a nuestr@s autor@s y revisor@s!

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Prezad@s leitor@s

Gostaríamos de desejar boas festas a todos. Aproveitamos para e enviar um especial agradecimento  aos noss@s pareceristas

Gustavo E. Fischman

Editor

 
Posted: 2014-12-21 More...
 

Annual Summary EPAA/AAPE Volume 22 (2014)


Posted: 2014-12-15
 

Annual Summary EPAA/AAPE Volume 22 (2014) Overview of Publishing Activities

 
Posted: 2014-12-15 More...
 

Call for Papers: Knowledge brokers in education: How intermediary organizations are bridging the gap between research, policy and practice internationally


Posted: 2014-12-09
 
This special issue will explore the nature and impact of the work of ‘research brokering organizations’ in research mediation in education in Canada, the US and the UK, and also looks for evidence on the impact of these efforts.  
Posted: 2014-12-09 More...
 

EPAA/AAPE invita a presentar colaboraciones para el número especial sobre “Stephen J. Ball y la investigación sobre políticas educativas en América Latina.”


Posted: 2014-07-29
 

Las contribuciones más significativas de Stephen J. Ball y sus colaboradores pueden agruparse en tres grandes ejes temáticos. En primer lugar, el análisis de la participación de nuevos actores en la política educativa, tales como las empresas y las organizaciones filantrópicas; lo que implica una redefinición del estado y de la forma en que se gobierna a la educación. Ball nos advierte acerca de la necesidad de repensar categorías binarias tales como público-privado, estatal – no estatal, actividades con y sin fines de lucro, entre otras, al notar que las fronteras entre estos polos están siendo redefinidas permanentemente. El segundo eje que destacamos del trabajo de Ball es el que analiza los ciclos de la política y la “puesta en acto” de las políticas en el nivel micro-institucional. Ball cuestiona el concepto de “implementación” y las visiones lineales acerca de las relaciones entre la “política” y la “práctica”. Por el contrario, propone enfoques conceptuales que contribuyen a abrir la caja negra de las políticas educativas, explorando cómo éstas definen marcos posibles para la acción, pero, al mismo tiempo, dejan márgenes para las interpretaciones y acciones de los individuos que actúan en diferentes contextos. El tercer eje temático que identificamos es el que examina las relaciones entre la clase social  y las políticas educativas, prestando especial atención a cómo ciertas políticas – en particular las vinculadas a lógicas de mercado -  han contribuido a la consolidación de circuitos educativos desiguales y, de esta manera, han beneficiado a las familias de clase media y perjudicado a las de clase trabajadora.

Consideramos que las preocupaciones teóricas y las preguntas de investigación empírica de Stephen J. Ball contribuyen a visibilizar, mapear e interrogar algunos aspectos que han sido marginalizados en la mayoría de las investigaciones sobre las políticas educativas en América Latina. Las indagaciones de Ball sobre la producción de las políticas educativas y sus efectos en las desigualdades educativas y sociales invitan a caracterizar y problematizar el rol que diversos actores estatales y no estatales tienen en la definición y re-definición de aspectos centrales de los sistemas educativos en América Latina (tales como los contenidos curriculares, los modos legítimos de su transmisión, y la distribución de recursos materiales y humanos, entre otros). Las herramientas teóricas forjadas por Ball contribuyen a examinar estos nuevos fenómenos como expresiones de un proceso más amplio de re-configuración del estado y de sus relaciones con la sociedad civil, el cual se inscribe en un escenario caracterizado por desplazamientos de las relaciones de poder a nivel global y al interior de los sistemas educativos.

Este número especial de AAPE/EPAA se propone publicar trabajos de investigación que se apropien y dialoguen críticamente con el enfoque teórico que Stephen J. Ball ha desarrollado durante las últimas tres décadas, con el objetivo de profundizar nuestra comprensión de las políticas educativas en América Latina.

Aquí, antes que traducciones lineales de una perspectiva elaborada para analizar otros contextos, nos interesa  mapear la fertilidad de las preguntas y del marco interpretativo de Ball para comprender el carácter conflictivo, dinámico y multi-situado de las políticas educativas en América Latina.

 

Acerca de la revista: con más de 20 años de historia, EPAA/AAPE es una revista evaluada por pares, independiente, de acceso abierto y de ámbito internacional, multilingüe e interdisciplinar. Los artículos que publica son indexados en SCImago Journal Rank, SCOPUS, EBSCO Education Research Complete, ERIC, H.W. WILSON & Co, Directory of Open Access Journals, CIRC (Clasificación Integrada de Revistas Científicas, España), DIALNET (España), QUALIS A2 (Brasil) y SOCOLAR (China). Está pensada para investigadores, docentes, profesionales, responsables políticos y analistas preocupados por las políticas educativas. EPAA/AAPE es editada por la Arizona State University y cuenta con la colaboración de la Universidad de San Andrés para su sección sobre Sudamérica en castellano.

 

Envío de los trabajos: Todos los manuscritos deben ser enviados electrónicamente a través del sitio web de EPAA/AAPE (http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/) y seguir las pautas de presentación de la revista.

Pueden ser trabajos escritos en castellano, portugués o inglés. 

No evaluaremos manuscritos remitidos para su publicación en otra revista o ya publicados.

 

Fecha límite de recepción de los trabajos:  Fecha límite de recepción de los trabajos: 25 de marzo (los
envíos anteriores a este plazo serán bienvenidos)

Fecha de publicación: A partir de julio de 2015

 

Editores del monográfico: Jason Beech, Universidad de San Andrés – Consejo Nacional de Investigaciones Científicas y Técnicas (CONICET) (jbeech@udesa.edu.ar) y Analía Inés Meo, CONICET e Instituto de Investigaciones “Gino Germani” (Universidad de Buenos Aires) (analiameo@conicet.gov.ar).

 
Posted: 2014-07-29 More...
 

Call for Papers: Examining Teach For America: Politics, Leadership, Student Achievement, and Race Guest Editors: Tina Trujillo and Janelle Scott (University of California, Berkeley)


Posted: 2014-07-15
 

Special Topic: Examining Teach For America: Politics, Leadership, Student Achievement, and Race

In 1989, Princeton undergraduate Wendy Kopp established Teach For America. She envisioned a national teacher corps patterned after the Peace Corps that would be comprised of graduates of elite universities. When corps members left the classroom after a two-year commitment, they were expected to become lifelong advocates for public education in whatever profession they chose. More than twenty years later, TFA has placed over 25,000 teachers in more than 35 school districts, and enjoys significant federal, foundation, and corporate funding. Its leaders regard the organization as a critical agent in ameliorating educational inequality, and they imagine that TFA develops leaders who work across multiple professional, political, and educational terrains to reshape schooling for poor children and children of color. It has built an active alumni network, has developed programs to encourage alumni to run for public office, and has established relationships with many graduate programs and professional schools to create pipelines for civic leadership. Thus, although TFA began as an alternative teacher preparation and placement organization, its mission has shifted over the last two decades. Today, TFA maintains that it selects and prepares educational and social policy leaders.

 

To date, however, the research on TFA has tended to fall into four categories: (1) conceptual debates about the organization’s potential advantages and disadvantages; (2) empirical studies of TFA’s effects on student test-based outcomes; (3) TFA memoirs and journalistic accounts of corps’ members experiences; and (4) a small, but growing set of empirical studies that conceive of corps members as social and political actors. This special issue joins this last body of scholarship, which is attempting to reframeTeach For America as an organization that is situated within a larger political and ideological movement.  It will also complement EPAA’s forthcoming special issue on TFA’s international spin-off, Teach For All.


Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA) announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring the multiple effects of TFA on educational leadership, policy, racial representation, and student achievement. It seeks to answer:  What are the political and ideological roots of TFA’s relationship with schools, communities, and the system of public education? What do we know about TFA’s impacts on the quality of education for marginalized students, such as English Learners and children of color? How does TFA shape its corps members’ understandings about the roots of educational inequality, as well as the subsequent policies or reforms for addressing them?

 

By answering these questions, this issue contributes to the theory, policy, and practice related to Teach For America. It also expands the discourse on TFA by offering multiple, varied conceptualizations of the organizations “effects” and their long-term implications for educational equity in our nation’s public schools.


About the Journal: Celebrating its 22th year, EPAA is a peer-reviewed, open-access, international, multilingual, and multidisciplinary journal designed for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development analysts concerned with education policies. EPAA/AAPE accepts unpublished original manuscripts in English, Spanish and Portuguese without restriction as to conceptual and methodological perspectives, time or place.


Submission Information: All manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the EPAA website and follow the Journal’s submission guidelines: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/.  We will not consider manuscripts submitted for publication or published elsewhere.


Initial 500-word Abstract Deadline: September 30, 2014

(potential contributors submit abstracts for reactions and feedback)

Submission Deadline: January 15, 2015

Publication date: July 2015

Early submissions are encouraged.

 

Guest Co-Editors: Tina Trujillo, University of California Berkeley (trujillo@berkeley.edu) and Janelle Scott, University of California Berkeley (jtscott@berkeley.edu)

 
Posted: 2014-07-15
 

Call for Papers: Teach For All and Global Teacher Education Reform


Posted: 2014-05-29
 

Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA) announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring Teach for All and Global Teacher Education Reform. The teacher education landscape is changing around the world, as global actors and discourses emerge in ways that are both novel and historically grounded. One such actor is Teach For All, the global organization that aims at redefining what it means to teach and to participate in the educational arena. Teach For All pursues this goal by serving as an umbrella network that provides strategic support to social entrepreneurs throughout the world that seek to adapt and implement the education reform ideals and organizational model of Teach For America. Since Teach For All was founded at the 2007 Clinton Global Initiative, 33 programs have appeared in countries as different as Argentina, Estonia, Germany, Pakistan and China, with varying levels of reach, impact, and integration/conflict with the established stakeholders. The degree of adaptation of the model has also varied extensively in response to differing local needs and policy contexts. This proposed Special Issue of EPAA/AAPE seeks to gain a deeper understanding of the workings of this specific type of teacher education reform by combining multiple theoretical frameworks and methodological approaches, and bringing together analyses of the global network as a whole alongside case studies of a few local programs.

 

Research on Teach For All and the programs residing under its umbrella is currently extremely scarce, with the exception of analyses of Teach For America, and to a lesser extent, Teach First (UK). However, the rapid expansion of the network, the considerable funding and support it is gathering both from public and private partners, and most importantly, the ways in which it is influencing public debate and policy around issues of teacher recruitment, retention and certification, the role of unions, learning assessment, and school policy demands a concerted effort at producing a critical mass of scholarship that will provide perspective, evidence and conceptual contributions to avoid a narrowing of the conversation. This special issue will be a central contribution towards these efforts, and will hopefully serve as a hub for scholars, policymakers, teachers and other stakeholders seeking to actively participate in the debate from an informed, thoughtful standpoint. Editors will consider both empirical and theoretical pieces, as well as a wide range of methodological approaches, including quantitative, qualitative and mixed methods. Editors will only consider papers written in English.


About the JournalCelebrating its 22nd year, EPAA is a peer-reviewed, open-access, international, multilingual, and multidisciplinary journal designed for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development analysts concerned with education policies. EPAA/AAPE accepts unpublished original manuscripts in English, Spanish and Portuguese without restriction as to conceptual and methodological perspectives, time or place.


Submission Information: All manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the EPAA website and follow the Journal’s submission guidelines: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/. We will not consider manuscripts submitted for publication or published elsewhere.

Deadline: August 31, 2014

Publication date: March 2015

Early submissions are encouraged.

Guest Co-Editors: Daniel Friedrich, Teachers College, Columbia University (friedrich@tc.edu) and Rolf Straubhaar, University of California – Los Angeles (straubhaar@ucla.edu)

 
Posted: 2014-05-29
 

Call for Papers: Models of Open Education in Higher Education


Posted: 2014-04-24
 

Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA) announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring “Models of Open Education in Higher Education.” Through the advent of open educational resources (OER) and open access, the education arena is witnessing the rise of new models to support learning. From Coursera to Codecademy, to local initiatives led by individual instructors—these models are helping to shift the way that higher education institutions approach pedagogy and credentialing, both at the policy and the course levels. For example, several institutions have created new offices and initiatives to encourage faculty to creatively use open content in their courses; some of these institutions are also supporting lifelong learning by enlisting their faculty to lead Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOCs. Other institutions are partnering with open content providers to create adaptable, accredited courses that are better aligned to employers’ expectations for workforce competencies. And instructors are experimenting with new pedagogical approaches offered through open content as a means of meeting their students’ varied learning styles and needs.

 

These models will likely continue to make inroads into higher education—spurred in part by rising costs of education, decreases in funding, and increased demand from students, parents, and employers for innovative teaching approaches. There is currently, however, limited empirical understanding of the forms that these models can take, and their potential impact on formal education, on policy, on curriculum, and on the practice of pedagogy.


Education Policy Analysis Archives announces a call for papers for a special issue exploring the policy and practice of open education models in higher education. The special issue seeks to answer: What are the ways that OER support current challenges in higher education? How are these new, OER-based models impacting education as we know it—at both a policy and practice level? And finally, how are these new models impacting higher education stakeholders, including instructors their students? In answering these questions, this issue hopes to inform both theory and in practice by opening up dialogue and providing evidence for the ways that these models can support institutional goals, and by offering insights into successful practices that leverage open content toward enhanced student learning. We invite both theoretical and empirical papers for the issue, as well as papers that draw on innovative approaches to addressing this nascent area of research.


About the JournalCelebrating its 22nd year, EPAA is a peer-reviewed, open-access, international, multilingual, and multidisciplinary journal designed for researchers, practitioners, policy makers, and development analysts concerned with education policies. EPAA/AAPE accepts unpublished original manuscripts in English, Spanish and Portuguese without restriction as to conceptual and methodological perspectives, time or place.


Submission Information: All manuscripts should be submitted electronically through the EPAA website and follow the Journal’s submission guidelines: http://epaa.asu.edu/ojs/. We will not consider manuscripts submitted for publication or published elsewhere.

Deadline: September 1, 2014

Publication date: March 2015

Early submissions are encouraged.

Guest Co-Editors:

Lisa Petrides, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education, lisa@iskme.org

Cynthia Jimes, Institute for the Study of Knowledge Management in Education, cynthia@iskme.org

Please also cc renae.keep@gmail.com on all correspondence.

 
Posted: 2014-04-24
 

Annual Report volume 21 (2013)/a special thanks to our volume 21 (2013) reviewers!


Posted: 2013-12-20
 

Overview of Publishing Activities

  •  91 articles published, representing a 52% increase from Volume 20 (2012)
    • 20 articles in Portuguese
    • 17 articles in Spanish
    • 54 articles in English
    • 168 authors (compared with 83 in 2012) from 100 institutions and 19 different countries (compared with just 10 countries in 2012)
    • 330 reviewers collaborated with EPAA/AAPE
    • 6 special issues published in 2013:
      • Value-Added: What America’s Policymakers Need to Know and Understand, Guest Edited by Dr. Audrey Amrein-Beardsley and Assistant Editors Dr. Clarin Collins, Dr. Sarah Polasky, and Ed Sloat.
      • The American Community College in the 21st Century, Guest Co-Edited by Dr. Jeanne M. Powers and Amelia Marcetti Topper.
      • Preparing Teachers: Highly Qualified to Do What? Guest Co-Edited by Dr. Pia Lindquist Wong and Dr. Elaine Chin.
      • Contextos, Perguntas, Respostas: O que há de novo na Educação de Jovens e Adultos? Editoras convidadas: Sandra Regina Sales  Jane Paiva
      • Social Pedagogy in the 21st Century, Guest Co-Edited by Dr. Daniel Schugurensky and Michael Silver.
      • Formação de Professores e Práticas Culturais: Descobertas, Enlaces, Experimentações Editoras convidadas: Carla Beatriz Meinerz, Dóris Maria Luzzardi Fiss, e Sônia Mara Ogiba
  •  12 videocasts posted on the EPAA/AAPE blog (10 more than in 2012)

Readership

  • 1,500 unique visitors (average per article)
  • 2,812 subscribers to our listserv
  • 130,000 unique visitors in the year (20% increase from 2012)

Visitors to EPAA/AAPE Website: Top 10 Countries

Country

Visits

% Visits

United States

69,859

59.6

Spain

3,756

3.2

Canada

3,375

2.9

Brazil

3,319

2.8

United Kingdom

3,071

2.6

Mexico

2,679

2.3

Australia

2,597

2.2

Philippines

2,155

1.8

Argentina

1,712

1.5

India

1,538

1.3

Publication Process

Submissions received during 2013:                              249

Submissions sent for peer review:                                141

Submissions rejected by editorial board:                      108

Submissions rejected after peer-review :                         60

Submissions accepted for publication:                             28

Submissions still under review:                                         53

Acceptance rate                                                           11%

Time to Publication

  • § 7 days (interval for publication)
  • § 56 days to review (average time for contacting authors with letters of acceptance/rejection)
  • § 150 days to publication (average time between reception, revision and publication)

Rankings, Indexing, and Progress

  •  EPAA/AAPE is listed by more than 20 scholarly indexing agencies including Scopus, Redalyc, Qualis, CIRC, and Pubmed.
  • EPAA/AAPE is listed in Quartile 2 in the classification of the SCImago Journal Ranking using data from Scopus.
  • Using Scopus, EPAA/AAPE’s H-Index is 27 (The H-index indicates average citations)
  • Using Google Scholar EPAA/AAPE’s has an H-index of 13.
  • Using the H-index of Google Scholar EPAA/AAPE’s is one of the top 10 education policy journals
  • Using the H index of the SCImago Journal Rank (SJR) EPAA/AAPE is ranked #34 among 175 US education journals and #63 among the 619 worldwide ranked journals in education.
  • According to our own estimates, EPAA/AAPE continues to be the top open access journal ranked on the SJR indicator.
  • EPAA/AAPE continues to reach readers through our Facebook page and Twitter feed.

Announcements for 2014

  • All articles submitted in Spanish covering South America will be edited by the team coordinated by Dr. Jason Beech from Universidad de San Andrés, Argentina.
  • EPAA/AAPE start providing DOIs for newly published articles
  • EPAA/AAPE will start using Article Level Metrics (Altmetrics)
  • 6 special issues are under development for 2014:
    • Politics, Policies, and Practices of Coaching and Mentoring Programs, Guest Edited by Dr. Sarah L. Woulfin.
    • The Future of Educational Research Journals, Guest Edited by Dr. David Post.
    • The Comparative and International History of School Accountability and Testing, Co-Guest Edited by Dr. Sherman Dorn and Dr. Christian Ydesen.
    • Nuevas Perspectivas para Debatir el Currículum Escolar, Editores del monográfico Miguel A. Pereyra e Jesús Romero Morante.
    • Reclaiming Public Education and the At-Risk City: Insights from Detroit. Co-Guest Edited by Dr. Thomas Pedroni and Dr. Camille Wilson.
    • Educação Especial: diferenças, currículo e processos de ensino e aprendizagemEditoras convidadas Márcia Denise Pletsch, Geovana Mendonça, e Lunardi Mendes.

 

On behalf of EPAA/AAPE, 
we wish you a very happy holiday season and a prosperous New Year!

A Special Thanks to Our Volume 21 (2013) Reviewers

Kamal Abouchedid

Lisa Abrams

Debra Ackerman

Emily Ackman

Karen Adams

Stephanie Adams

Cliff Adelman

Cecilia Adrogue

Alexandre Aguia

Zenaida Aguirre-Munoz

June Ahn

Motoko Akiba

Nicola Alexander

Juan Alperin

Marcia Alvarenga

Marisa Alvarez

Sylvanus Amkaya-Nacheri

Audrey Amrein-Beardsley

Leanna Archambault

Emily Arcia

Alfredo Artiles

Angela Arzubiaga

Paul Attewell

David Berliner

Bianca Bernstein

Ilene Berson

Eric Bettinger

Gina Biancarosa

Lucidio Bianchetti

Robert Bifulco

Lauren Bivona

Alex Bowers

Debra Bragg

Henry Braun

Ana Brenner

Casey Brown

Kim Brown

Heath Brown

Carolyn Brown

Iria Brzezinski

Jack Buckley

Rosa Bueno Fischer

Maria Isabel Bujes

Dana Burde

Antonio Burgos Garcia

Daniel Burke

Ray Buss

Angela Byars-Winston

Rebeca Caballero

Veronica Cabezas

Marie Cameron

Brett Campbell

Javier Campos

Maria Campos

Suresh Canagarajah

Alejandro Canales

Marisa Cannata

Brendan Cantwell

Gerson Carmo

Carmen Carnerero Montenegro

Paulo Carrano

Marilia Carvalho

Adriana Carvalho Lopes

Matthew Chingos

Sung-Woo Cho

Daniel Choi

Chuing Chou

Carol Christensen

Daryl Chubin

Jesus Cisneros

Jose Cisneros

Patrick Clancy

Susana Claro

Jon Clausen

Sue Clery

Casey Cobb

Martha Cocchiarella

Valdete Coco

Carina Coelho

Clarin Collins

Amanda Cooper

Eileen Coppola

Rildo Cosson

Marisa Costa

Xavier Costa

Gabriela Cruder

Anne Cullen

Maria Isabel Cunha

Dasy Cunha

Ashlee Cunsolo Willox

Mary Curry

Michael Curtis

Inge Danielsen

Danielle Dennis

Chad Dentremont

Victor Diaz

Sarah Diem

Camila do Valle F. de Miranda

Thurston Domina

Tara Donahue

Haiying Dong

Neil Dorans

Sherman Dorn

Emily Duvall

Donald Easton-Brooks

Pamela Eddy

Jacqueline Edmondson

D. Brent Edwards Jr.

Tamela Eitle

Jennifer Engle

Kerry Englert

Oscar Espinoza

Kris Ewing

Osmar FÁvero

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Mirian Martins

Sarup Mather

William Mathis

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Patrick McQuillan

Jay Meeks

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Pilar Mendoza

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Roslyn Mickelson

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Lilian Ramos

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Sarah Robert

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Melissa Roderick

José Rodriguez

Juan Rodríguez

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Sam Rohr

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Claudia Romero

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Françcoise Salager-Meyer

Jose Salazar Zegers

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Kenneth Saltman

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Daniel Schugurensky

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Michael Silver

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Ãngelo Souza

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Monica Stigler

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James Stronge

Lisa Stulberg

Amy Subert

Gail Sunderman

Johnny Sung

JonathanSupovitz

Dennis Swender

Manuel Tavares

Daiane Tavares

Catherine Taylor

Cathryn Teasley

Amy Topper

Tina Trujillo

Mun Tsang

Marika Tsolakis

Shivali Tukdeo

Alia Tyner-Mullings

Angeles Valle Flores

Jacques van der Meer

Joke Vandenabeele

Charles Vanover

Miriam Vargas

Julian Vasquez Heilig

Soledad Vazquez

Robert Verhine

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Geruza Volpe

Claudia Vovio

Cally Waite

Federico Waitoller

Florian Waldow

CÁtia Walter

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Posted: 2013-12-20
 

Deadlines for EPAA/AAPE’s special call for papers are fast approaching.


Posted: 2012-07-26
 

Dear Readers,

The deadlines for EPAA/AAPE’s special call for papers are fast approaching. Please keep these dates in mind in order for your submissions to be considered.

  • Democracy’s College: The American Community College in the 21st Century

Research papers exploring the role of community colleges in the 21st century and how community colleges balance their multiple and possibly conflicting missions are encouraged.

 

Deadline: Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Expected Publication Date: January 2013

Guest Co-Editors: Dr. Jeanne M. Powers (jeanne.powers@asu.edu) and Amelia M. Topper (amy.topper@asu.edu)

 

  • Preparing Teachers Highly Qualified to Do What?

Research papers exploring teacher preparation in an era of pacing guidelines, benchmark tests, scripted curricula, and program improvement are encouraged.

Deadline: Thursday, November 1, 2012

Expected Publication Date: March/April 2013

Guest Co-Editors: Dr. Pia Lindquist Wong (wongp@csus.edu) and Dr. Elaine Chin (elaine.chin@sjsu.edu)

 

  • Social Pedagogy in the 21st Century

Research papers exploring the role of social pedagogy in the 21st century including issues of social exclusion, democratic participation, and empowerment of disadvantages groups are encouraged.

Deadline: Monday, December 31, 2012

Expected Publication Date: March 2013

Guest Co-Editors: Dr. Daniel Schugurensky (dschugur@asu.edu) and Michael Silver (mike.silver@asu.edu)

 

The EPAA/AAPE Editorial Team

 
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EPAA/AAPE Call for papers for four special issues


Posted: 2012-06-03
 

Dear Readers,

Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA/AAPE) announces the call for papers for four special issues:

 
Posted: 2012-06-03 More...
 
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