Journal of Educational Change
The Journal of Educational Change publishes important ideas and evidence of educational change. It investigates how men and women, older and younger teachers, students, parents, and others experience change. It also examines the social, economic, cultural, and political forces driving educational change. While presenting the positive aspects of change, the journal raises many challenging questions about educational change as well. Contributions represent a range of disciplines, including history, psychology, political science, sociology, anthropology, philosophy, and administrative and organizational theory. Moreover, the journal draws attention to a broad spectrum of methodologies, including quantitative and qualitative approaches, documentary study, action research, and conceptual development. Key topics include educational innovation, reform and restructuring, school improvement and effectiveness, culture building, inspection, school review, and change management.
14 Volumes 53 Issues 436 Articles available from 2000 - 2013Browse Volumes & Issues
Advancing policy makers’ expertise in evidence-use: A new approach to enhancing the role research can have in aiding educational policy development
Chris Brown (December 2013)
Accountable for what and to whom? Changing representations and new legitimation discourses among teachers under increased external control
Sølvi Mausethagen (November 2013)
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