Special Issue Theme: Constructing a social justice curriculum policy in the 21st century
Tshele Moloi, Northwest University, South Africa (Corresponding Guest Editor, email: firstname.lastname@example.org)
Mogalatjane Edward Matabane, Sol Plaatje University, South Africa
Byung-In Seo, Chicago State University, USA
Clement Simuja, Rhodes University, South Africa
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The deadline of proposal submission for the special issue "Re-imagining teaching and learning in the context of current crises: COVID-19, and public health and economic instability and inequities" has been extended to 7 April 2022.
Special Issue Theme: Re-imagining teaching and learning in the context of current crises: COVID-19, and public health and economic instability and inequities.
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Special Issue Theme:
Reimagining Educational Policy and Leadership Beyond the Plunder of Neoliberal Technorationality
The deadline for REPAM’s special issue proposals has been extended and the scope of the special issue has also been slightly expanded.
Theme: Defining meaningful goals and establishing effective strategies to prepare students for life as citizens in a challenging world
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Special Issue Theme: Establishing Meaningful Goals for Instructional Practice: A Discussion of Educational Goals and Their Value for Describing Learning for Effective Citizenship in the Modern World.
Editor: Stephen K. Lafer
University of Nevada- Reno, USA
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Special Issue: Educational Policy and Unintended Consequences
Guest Editor: Abbie R. Strunc
Texas A&M University-Texarkana