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April 30, 2006

New Journals on Alternatives and Choices

Two new journals provide articles on alternatives and choice:J ed alternatives.gif


The Journal of Educational Alternatives edited by Nathaniel Hosley at Lock Haven University "attempts to bring together, in thought and action, administrators, teachers, social workers, psychologists, parents, researchers and practitioners for the universal reform of education."

J sch choice.jpgThe Journal of School Choice edited by Stephen Rollin at Florida State University (retired) and Judith Stein at Nova Southeastern University "is entirely dedicated to policy, research, and the history of school choice and related issues."

Both are peer-refereed journals focusing on K-12 education unlike, for example, On the Horizon, which addresses higher education reform.

Both are welcome additions to the literature of learning alternatives and signify the greater interest and growth of educational alternatives.

Posted by Wayne Jennings at April 30, 2006 03:10 PM

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