Special Issue Guest Editors Annie Cheng and Ross Notman discuss the thinking behind the July 2014 special issue of Management in Education, ‘Exploring High Need and Social Justice Leadership in Schools around the Globe’. They were joined, as issue editors, by Miles Bryant of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Posted July 2014.

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MIE Best Paper Prize winners Malini Mistry and Krishan Sood discuss the research process behind their award winning paper, ‘Under-representation of males in the early years: The challenges leaders face’

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MIE Best Paper Prize winners Malini Mistry and Krishan Sood discuss the research process behind their award winning paper, ‘Under-representation of males in the early years: The challenges leaders face’

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Dr. Robert Duke and Editor Steve Morrison discuss the impact of sleep on music task proficiency.

http://jrm.sagepub.com/content/62/1/89.abstract  

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Special issue guest editor Lauren Lindstrom discusses groundbreaking new research on disability and poverty with authors Mary Wagner, Arun Karpur, Karen Rabren, and Jonathan Carpenter. 

 

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Chris Husbands, of the Institute of Education, discusses his article ‘What are Teaching Schools For’. Posted July 2014.

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Abstract: Community colleges play a key role in educating the large number of non-traditional, low-income, and under-prepared students who have entered higher education in the past several decades. Despite increased access, community colleges are struggling to graduate students. Most, if not all, strategies provided by scholars to improve college completion rates assume increased student engagement will enhance persistence and success. Existing theories of persistence overlook the dynamic influence of job markets for the students community colleges serve. Using National Center for Education Statistics and the Bureau of Labor Statistics data, this article draws on Tinto’s theory of persistence and proposes a new framework that acknowledges the role of job opportunities and of work–family–schooling quandaries in community college students’ choices about persistence. Our model builds on the following relevant notions: (a) human capital theory, (b) social integration, and (c) socio-academic integration. Our model has important implications for leaders who aim to better align students’ college experiences with their desired careers and available jobs.

 

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Elleke Boehmer, Dominique Davies, Charne Lavery and Priyasha Mukhopadhyay discuss a special issue, due to publish in March 2015 and guest-edited by Elleke Boehmer, on Leonard Woolf’s novel “The Village in the Jungle”. Posted May 2014.

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This study examines the relationship between community college enrollment patterns and student outcomes—credential completion and transfer to a 4-year institution—introducing a new way of visualizing the various attendance patterns of community college students. Patterns of enrollment intensity (full- or part-time status) and continuity (enrolling in consecutive terms or skipping one or more terms) are graphed and then clustered according to their salient features. Using data on cohorts of first-time community college students at five colleges in a single state, the study finds astounding variation in student enrollment patterns. Clustering these patterns reveals two relationships: the first is a positive association between enrollment continuity and earning a community college credential, and the second is a positive association between enrollment intensity and likelihood of transfer.

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Associate Editor Steve Morrison and Dr. Jennifer Mishra tackle the question: why do talented young musicians "simply fall apart" when prompted to perform music at sight?

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Sharon M. Darling and Charles Dukes, co-editors of TESE's February 2014 special issue entitled, "Special Education Teacher Education in the 21st Century: Evolving Approaches?," speak with a few of the contributing authors.

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Authors Micheal Stratton and Mark Julien discuss with associate editor Kathy Lund Dean their new article on using the text-video tool Xtranormal in the classroom.

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Associate Editor Steve Morrison chats with Dr. Kenneth Elpus on the apparent interaction between academic achievement and music education.

http://jrm.sagepub.com/content/61/2/175.abstract

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CCReview Editor Jim Palmer talks to guest editors Brett Miller, Heidi Silver-Pacuilla, and Dolores Perin about their special issue, "Skills and Trajectories of Developmental Education Learners."

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Jay Simpson, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Dr. Muhammad A. Khalifa about his article "Racism? Administrative and Community Perspectives in Data-Driven Decision Making: Systemic Perspectives Versus Technical-Rational Perspectives." This article is currently published ahead of print via OnlineFirst.

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Chris Faltis, co-editor for March 2013 volume of Review of Research in Education, interviews H. Richard Milner, Gloria M. Rodriguez, Sharon Verner Chappell, and Melisa Chanmann-Taylor about their articles in the volume.

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Corinne Riggin, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Dr. Quaylan Allen about his article, "'They Think Minority Means Lesser Than': Black Middle-Class Sons and Fathers Resisting Microaggressions in the School." This article appears in the March 2013 issue of Urban Education.

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Associate Editor Amity L. Noltemeyer introduces the online collection 'Resilience Across Contexts'.

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Dr. Marci Major expounds the research methods and findings featured in her article, "How They Decide," in this generative conversation with Associate Editor Steve Morrison.

http://jrm.sagepub.com/content/61/1/5.abstract

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David Houchins and Margaret Shippen, co-editors of the November 2012 special issue on the School-to-Prison Pipeline, speak with a few of the participating authors, David Osher, Simon Gonsoulin, and Brenda Townsend Walker.

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Associate Editor Steve Morrison interviews Dr. Sarah Bartolome on the musical, social, and community benefits of the Seattle Girls' Choir.

http://jrm.sagepub.com/content/60/4/395.abstract

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Jay Simpson, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Rebecca Munnell McHugh, Christy Galletta Horner, and Tanner LeBaron Wallace about their article, "Bridges and Barriers: Adolescent Perceptions of Student-Teacher Relationships." This article appears in the January 2013 issue of Urban Education.

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In this podcast SPI Associate Editor Chantal Faucher discusses the introductory essay on international research in cyberbullying, as well as the collection of 16 articles gathered together to support this essay.

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Editor Jim Palmer interviews the guest editor and two contributors to the April 2012 special issue on Creating Future Directions for Community Colleges Using Today's Research.

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Jay Simpson, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Dr. Judson Laughter, of the University of Tennessee, about his article, “Culturally Relevant Science Teaching in Middle School.” This article appears in the November 2012 issue of Urban Education.

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Megan Crawford, Co-Editor of volume 40, issue 5, and Ron Glatter, author of one of the articles within the special issue, discuss the issues of accountability and autonomy in England over the course of BELMAS and the journal's forty year history.

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Dr Gerry Czerniawski and Warren Kidd, of the University of East London and guest editors of volume 26, issue 3 on student voice, talk about the rationale behind the topic of their special issue and why this theme is the 'space between'

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Josh Rogen, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Dr. Jannelle Silva, of the University of Washington, about her article, "Critical classrooms: Using artists’ lives to teach young students power and privilege." This article appears in the July 2012 issue of Urban Education.

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Josh Rogen, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Dr. William Jeynes, of the California State University, Long Beach, about his article, "A Meta-Analysis on the Efficacy of Different Types of Parental Involvement Programs for Urban Students." This article appears in the July 2012 issue of Urban Education.

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JPER co-editor Michael Brooks interviews authors Heather Campbell, Matti Siemiatycki, Ann Forsyth, and Bent Flyvbjerg about their articles for the Symposium in the June 2012 issue.

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Arnold Danzig, co-editor for the March 2012 volume, interviews Lisa Garcia Bedolla, University of California, Berkeley, about her article, "Latino Education, Civic Engagement, and the Public Good."

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Arnold Danzig, co-editor for the March 2012 volume, interviews A.G. Rud, Washington State University, about his article, "The Struggle Between Individualism and Communitarianism: The Pressure of Population, Prejudice, and the Purse."

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Josh Rogen, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Christine E. Sleeter, of California State University, Monterey Bay, about her article, “Confronting the Marginilization of Culturally Responsive Pedagogy” for the May 2012 issue.

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Josh Rogen, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Kara Jackson, of McGill University, about her article, “Supporting African American Students’ Learning of Mathematics: A Problem of Practice” for the March 2012 issue.

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Josh Rogen, Editorial Assistant for Urban Education, interviews Alfred Tatum, of the University of Illinois at Chicago, about his article, “African American Males and Literacy Development in Contexts that are Characteristically Urban” for the March 2012 issue.

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Editor Jim Palmer interviews international contributors to a special issue on short cycle higher education in Europe.

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Editor Carla Peterson and author Paddy Favazza interview the adoptive parent of a 19 year-old with special needs about the losses experienced by his son, and how educators can help.

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Special issue guest editor Na'im Madyun interviews three authors about tools for helping students tap their cultural capital and succeed in the evolving multicultural context of American schools.

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JTE welcomes a new editorial team with a special double issue on bold ideas for improving teacher education in Volume 61, Number 1-2. Editors Sandra J. Odell and Elizabeth Spalding interview leading scholars Linda Darling-Hammond and David Labaree about what works and what doesn't in education reform.

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