The Texas Education Review (TxEd) is being built to lead the evolution of online academic journals. Rather than simply publish articles that address varied issues in education in a traditional chronological format, we have taken a more intentional approach.
The TxEd editorial team identified what we believe to be the top fifty critical forums in education today. We plan to build a Critical Forum page for each of those issues where we will highlight the latest research and editorials on the given topic. Each Critical Forum page will also provide a PhD student written Overview that serves as an introduction to anyone interested in learning more about that specific issue.
Please contact us if you would like to submit a work for consideration regarding any of these Critical Forums in education or if you are interested in submitting on a topic not currently listed.
Critical Forms in Education
|Access and Equity||Curriculum Reform||Poverty||Teacher Education|
|Accountability||Disproportionality and overrepresentation in special education||Principal Turnover||Teacher motivation|
|Achievement Gap||Dropout rates||Privitization of Education||Teacher Preparation: Programs, Rigor, and Mentoring|
|Alternative Certification of Teachers and Principals||For-Profit Education||Professionalism in Teaching/Teacher Autonomy||Teacher technology professional development|
|Alternative education for problematic students||Gender disparities in education||Program Development and Reform||Teacher Turnover|
|Bilingual Education||Globalization||Public higher education governance||Technology integration in the classroom|
|Charter Schools||High School to College/Vocational Transition||School Finance||Tenure/Property rights|
|Classroom behavior management||High Stakes Testing||School Improvement||Urban Education|
|Community-university relations/engagement||High-achieving, K-12 mental health issues||School-to-Prison pipeline/ Zero tolerance policies||Use of race in higher education admissions|
|Consumer materialism||In loco parentis||Student assessment|
|Corporate curriculum||International education (study abroad)||Student marginalization, alienation, and discrimination|
|Critical Education||Narrowing of Curriculum||Student motivation|
|Culturally-relevant pedagogy||Neoliberal and neoconservative discourses||Students of Color|
|Philanthropy and fundraising||Students with disabilities in the educational pipeline|