AMERICAN EDUCATIONAL RESEARCH JOURNAL
American Educational Research Journal (AERJ) has as its purpose to publish original empirical and theoretical studies and analyses in education. The editors seek to publish articles from a wide variety of academic disciplines and substantive fields.
AMERICAN JOURNAL OF EDUCATION
Founded as School Review in 1893, AJE acquired its present name in November 1979. The Journal seeks to bridge and integrate the intellectual, methodological, and substantive diversity of educational scholarship, and to encourage a vigorous dialogue between educational scholars and practitioners. To achieve that goal, papers are published that present research, theoretical statements, philosophical arguments, critical syntheses of a field of educational inquiry, and integrations of educational scholarship, policy, and practice.
AMERICAN SCHOOL BOARD JOURNAL
The mission of American School Board Journal is to meet the informational needs of school board members, professional educators, and the educational policy community by chronicling change, interpreting issues, and providing practical advice on a broad range of topics pertinent to school governance and management, policy making, student achievement, and the art of school leadership.
This award winning journal features authoritative articles about innovative classroom practices, vital issues affecting education, children and families; child growth and development theory; hands-on classroom activities; reviews of new children's books, videos, software and professional resources
COMPARATIVE EDUCATION REVIEW
Comparative Education Review investigates education throughout the world and the social, economic, and political forces that shape it.
Education publishes original investigations and theoretical papers dealing with worthwhile innovations in learning.
EDUCATION AND TREATMENT OF CHILDREN
Education and Treatment of Children (ETC) is devoted to the dissemination of information concerning the development of services for children and youth. A primary criterion for publication is that the material be of direct value to educators and/or other child care/mental health professionals in improving their teaching/training/treatment effectiveness.
THE EDUCATION DIGEST
The Education Digest seeks to provide original and secondary-source articles and ideas which teachers, administrators, and lay people across all levels of education and other fields can use to understand current education problems and issues better, get new insights on them, and help deal with them more successfully, whether their effort is for use in direct-contact situations with students or simply for their own personal knowledge and learning.
THE EDUCATIONAL FORUM
The Educational Forum solicits manuscripts that challenge existing ideological and theoretical boundaries on national and international educational issues.
Educational Theory publishes articles in the philosophy of education and theoretical work in other educational disciplines.
ELEMENTARY SCHOOL JOURNAL
Founded in 1900, The Elementary School Journal is designed to serve both the researcher and the practitioner in elementary and middle school education. While exploring central problems in education theory, the Journal also explores the complex problems of the classroom. In addition, ESJ presents articles that relate the latest research in child development, cognitive psychology, sociology, and anthropology to school learning and teaching.
HARVARD EDUCATIONAL REVIEW
The Harvard Educational Review is a scholarly journal of opinion and research in education. Its mission is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussion and debate about education's most vital issues. Since its founding in 1930, the Review has become one of the most prestigious journals in education, with circulation to policymakers, researchers, administrators, and teachers.
MIDDLE SCHOOL JOURNAL
Middle School Journal, a refereed journal, is an official publication of National Middle School Association. The Journal publishes articles that promote middle level education and contribute to an understanding of the educational and developmental needs of youth between the ages of 10 and 15.
PHI DELTA KAPPAN
Phi Delta Kappan, the professional print journal for education, addresses policy issues for educators at all levels. Advocating research-based school reform, the Kappan provides a forum for debate on controversial subjects.
CONTEMPORARY ISSUES IN TECHNOLOGY AND TEACHER EDUCATION
Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education (CITE) is a publication of the Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education (SITE), established as an electronic counterpart of the Journal of Technology and Teacher Education.
CURRENT ISSUES IN EDUCATION
The mission of the journal is to advance scholarly thought by publishing articles promoting dialogue, research, practice, and policy as well as developing a community of scholarship.
Education-line is a freely accessible database of the full text of conference papers, working papers and electronic literature which supports educational research, policy and practice.
In the stormy seas of school reform, this journal will steer a steady course, presenting the facts as best they can be determined, giving voice (without fear or favor) to worthy research, sound ideas, and responsible arguments. Bold change is needed in American K–12 education, but Education Next partakes of no program, campaign, or ideology. It goes where the evidence points.
HARVARD EDUCATIONAL REVIEW ONLINE
The Harvard Educational Review is a scholarly journal of opinion and research in education. Its mission is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussion and debate about education's most vital issues.