Texas Education Review 2016 Call for Submissions
A pdf version of our current Call for Submissions can be found here.
The Texas Education Review is a student published, open-access, peer-reviewed journal carrying original empirical and theoretical educational research, as well as editorials on specific topics. The Review was founded, and is operated, by doctoral students at The University of Texas at Austin’s College of Education.
We are currently accepting submissions that address sociopolitical, economic, cultural, and organizational issues in education on a rolling basis. We invite practitioners, policy-makers, activists, and researchers, as well as emerging and faculty scholars to submit manuscripts and editorials via the Texas Digital Library (TDL) on the critical issues in education listed below. Click on the links to view detailed descriptions of each issue and examples of previously published work:
Critical Issues Accepted on a Rolling Basis:
Forthcoming Issue: Special Education
- Bilingual Education
- Black Student Achievement
- Campus Climate in Higher Education
- Charter Schools
- Game Based Learning
- Neoliberalism in Education
- School Finance
- STEM Education
- Urban Education
Date Range for Submission:
Fall 16′ Issue: April 1st – October 31st
Spring 17′ Issue: November 1st – March 31st
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