Referred to as “Perspectives” on our website, Critical Issue editorials should address a current issue in education. They can be written either in expository or narrative style, and should include rigorous reflection on the chosen educational issue. Although offering a subjective perspective, editorials should outline a key argument or interrelated arguments on a given topic. In delineating the argument, authors should include key research literature as evidence for the position taken. TxEd encourages practitioners, policy-makers, activists, and community member, as well as student and faculty scholars to contribute Critical Issue editorials.