• Call for Submission Vol.4 No.1 (2021)


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    Issue Theme: Reflections on the Pandemic: Calls for Healing and Action

    Theme Description: The COVID-19 global pandemic affected all aspects of people’s lives, crossing geographical borders, socio-economic strata, age and gender. Education systems were severely disrupted as teachers of all levels of instruction and students in all circumstances grappled with alternative modalities for learning in dramatically changed environments. Many educators, parents, students, and members of the educational community showed profound resilience and perseverance as they adapted to new academic ecosystems. But this crisis also highlighted and exacerbated the barriers to learning that many marginalized populations face, making the need for equitable access to academic opportunity a critical focal point of recovery. This issue invites scholarship, oral histories, stories and reflections to inform actions that will address inequities, foster resilience, and develop creative, supportive, and inclusive learning environments from the insights and lessons learned from this shared experience.

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  • Call for Submission Vol.3 No.2 (2021)


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    Issue Theme: Pathways to Radical Change

    Theme Description: Threats to global public health, deep-rooted and systemic racial inequity, and worsening climate disruption represent some of the seemingly unmanageable challenges that have reached a breaking point and call for positive and comprehensive radical change. How do educators, activists, community leaders, and other concerned citizens respond in ways that bring about transformative and sustainable solutions that imagine new possibilities and amplify racial and social justice reform? What actionable changes in teaching and learning foster positive and deeply effective alternatives that result in healthy, compassionate, and just societies?

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