Educational leadership : journal of the Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
Educational Leadership, a magazine for educators by educators, is ASCD's flagship publication. With a circulation of 175,000, Educational Leadership is acknowledged throughout the world as an authoritative source of information about teaching and learning, new ideas and practices relevant to practicing educators, and the latest trends and issues affecting prekindergarten through higher education.
Education Policy Analysis Archives
A peer-reviewed journal published at Arizona State University.
Studies in Educational Policy and Educational Philosophy E-journal
The E-journal is one out of three publications named Studies in Educational Policy and Educational Philosophy which are published by STEP, the Research Unit for Studies in Educational Policy and Educational Philosophy. The purpose of the journal is to present analyses of different kinds of policy in education. In this journal you will find analyses of research, public investigations, evaluations etc., trying to foresee possible consequences, plans of action, related to different kinds of results. In other words, the journal aims at discussing the relationship between certain results and policy making. You will also find analyses of explicit proposals and recommendations made by investigators and policy makers.
The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL)
The International Electronic Journal for Leadership in Learning (IEJLL) promotes the study and discussion of substantive leadership issues that are of current concern in educational communities. Preference is given to articles, reviews, and commentary that focus upon issues with a significant impact upon life in schools.
The international journal of educational management (Online)
The International Journal of Educational Management addresses the increasingly complex role of the educational manager against a backdrop of fundamental changes in structure and philosophy, and diminishing budgets and resources. It offers essential information to professionals dedicated to maximizing resources through intelligent management strategies which respond to national and international considerations, as well as specific concerns within individual communities and educational institutions.
Journal of Educational Administration (Online)
Administrators are the key to educational progress. That is the message receiving wider and wider credence as educational establishments all over the world grapple with intense pressures in their efforts to deliver higher standards of education across a broader curriculum, with fewer resources. The burden of responsibility increasingly falls on the educational administrator to adapt positively to external pressures and catalyse action. The demands faced in this profession are analysed in this journal, which presents an account of the latest research taking place in the international educational arena.
Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
The Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership (JCEL) publishes in electronic format peer-reviewed cases appropriate for use in programs that prepare educational leaders. Building on a long tradition, the University Council for Education Administration sponsors this journal in an ongoing effort to improve administrative preparation. The journal's editorial staff seeks a wide range of cases that embody relevant and timely presentations of issues germane to the preparation of educational leaders.
Journal of Research for Educational Leaders (JREL)(Online)
The Journal of Research for Educational Leaders (JREL) is an on-line electronic journal which provides educational leaders access to articles on current practical research findings from a variety of interdisciplinary sources. The Journal of Research for Educational Leaders is directed at the improvement of schools, student learning, and educational leadership, knowledge and skills.
NASSP Bulletin, a peer-reviewed journal, features a wide range of articles of enduring interest to educator conducting research. NASSP Bulletin is also used as a resource and a teaching text by many of the professors of educational administration who are involved in preparing administrators new to the field.
Principal is NAESP's award-winning magazine written by and for K-8 principals.
Principal Leadership magazine focuses on school leaders' real needs, offering them practical, hands-on strategies for improving their schools in a constantly evolving educational environment. A middle level edition and a high school edition are published monthly from September through May.