Research in Educational Policy and Management

Current Issue

Vol 3 No 2 (2021)
Published December 25, 2021
Research in Educational Policy and Management

The Research in Educational Policy and Management (REPAM) is a double-blind peer-reviewed scholarly online journal. The REPAM is published twice a year in June and December. 

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GENERAL INFORMATION

Title                            Research in Educational Policy and Management.

General features        International, online, open access and peer-reviewed academic journal. 

E-ISSN                         2691-0667

DOI prefix                   10.46303

Frequency                   2 issues per year in June and December.

Publisher                   

Co-Editors-in-Chief   Stephen K. Lafer

                                    Bulent Tarman

 

     

 

ANNOUNCEMENTS 

REPAM is now indexed in DOAJ

We are pleased to announce that the Research in Educational Policy and Management (REPAM) was accepted in Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ). DOAJ is a community-curated online directory that indexes and provides access to high quality, open access, peer-reviewed journals. To know more about DOAJ please visit the website: https://www.doaj.org

 

CALL FOR SPECIAL ISSUE

Special Issue Theme: Re-imagining teaching and learning in the context of current crises: COVID-19, and public health and economic instability and inequities.

Guest Editors:   

Chrystal S. Johnson (johnsocs@purdue.edu)

Jennifer Sdunzik (jsdunzik@purdue.edu)

College of Education, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN, United States.

Manuscript topics may include:

  • Re-imagining learning spaces to enhance inclusivity
  • Gender, racial, and social influences on re-imagined learning spaces
  • The influence of these re-imagined learning spaces on civic values
  • Reimagined teaching methods
  • Impact of societal inequities on student performance and educational policies
  • Re-imagining curricula
  • Crises teaching toolkits and practices
  • Reflections on how these twin crises impacted your teaching, research on teacher professional development, and the articulation of educational policies

Interested authors should submit an abstract proposal of up to 500 words by April 7, 2022 to Dr. Chrystal S. Johnson at johnsocs@purdue.edu. Authors whose proposals are accepted to the special issue will submit their completed manuscripts for peer review by May 20, 2022.

This special issue will be published free of charge. Contributing authors will not be asked to pay a publication fee.

For more information, please refer tohttps://repamjournal.org/index.php/REPAM/announcement/view/7 

 

CALL FOR SPECIAL ISSUE

Special Issue Theme: Reimagining Educational Policy and Leadership Beyond the Plunder of Neoliberal Technorationality

Guest Editors:   

Dr. Warren Whitaker, Assistant Professor, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY, US.

Dr. Tricia Kress, Associate Professor, Molloy College, Rockville Centre, NY, US.

Dr. Robert Lake, Professor, Georgia Southern University, GA, US.

Interested authors should submit an abstract proposal of up to 500 words by December 30th, 2021 to Dr. Warren Whitaker at wwhitaker9797@gmail.com. Authors whose proposals are accepted to the special issue will submit their completed manuscripts for peer review by June 1st, 2022.

This special issue will be published free of charge. Contributing authors will not be asked to pay a publication fee.

For more information, please refer tohttps://repamjournal.org/index.php/REPAM/announcement/view/5