Mid-Atlantic Education Review

The deadline for the winter issue has passed, but we are continuing to accept submissions that we will review for consideration in the next issue.
(2,500 words for literature reviews, 3,500 words for research studies)
Please see our Submission Guidelines for more information.

 

The Mid-Atlantic Education Review is a peer-reviewed, online journal that provides a forum for studies pertaining to issues of interest to educators and researchers in the Mid-Atlantic region. The Review publishes articles that contribute to the knowledge base of researchers, policy-makers, teachers, and administrators. To appeal to a broad educational audience, articles cover a spectrum in their level of analysis, subject focus, and methodological approach.


Volume 2, Number 1 : Winter, 2014-15

Literature Reviews

Information Communication Technology: Challenges & Some Prospects from Preservice Education to the ClassroomPDF
Kristina Kaufman 
A Look at Ineffective and Effective Professional Development:Moving Toward Action Research  PDF
Jeanne Dyches Bissonnette, Katie Caprino 

Volume 1, Number 1 : Summer, 2013

The inaugural issue of the Mid-Atlantic Education Review.

Editorials

Introduction to the Mid-Atlantic Education ReviewPDF
  
 

Research Articles

Teachers Create a Professional Learning Community to be a Place of their OwnPDF
Della R. Leavitt, Marjory F. Palius, Robert D. Babst, Ryan Donegan, Jarrett L. Lampkin, Michael Smith, Patricia A. Whitford 
Framing the debate over teacher unionsPDF
William C. Smith 
 

Literature Reviews

The Brief History and Politics of Teacher Led SchoolsPDF
P. S. Myers 
Challenges of Charter Schools with Special Education: Issues of Concern for Charter School Authorizers and Service ProvidersPDF
Leman Kaniturk Kose 


The Mid-Atlantic Education Review is funded and supported by the Rutgers Graduate School of Education