Education Journal Call for Papers

Routledge Education Journals have a number of forthcoming Special Issues. Scroll down to explore and see if your research is relevant to these exciting topics.

Assessment in open, distance and e-learning: lessons from practice
Open Learning

Spirituality and Educational Concerns
Pastoral Care in Education

Quality learning and teaching with sessional/adjunct/casual teachers: Systematising good practice for academic development
International Journal for Academic Development

Managers and Markets
Perspectives

Policy and Practice in Higher Education
Perspectives

Translating strategy, values and identities in higher education: the case of multi-campus systems
Tertiary Education and Management

The Child in Question: Texts, Cultures, Curricula
Curriculum Inquiry

The Cultivation of Self in East Asian Philosophy of Education
Educational Philosophy and Theory

Participatory Design Research: Equity, Change, and Practice
Cognition and Instruction

New Scholars in Review
Curriculum Inquiry

Education and the Hong Kong Umbrella Movement
Educational Philosophy and Theory

Equitable Access to Arts Education In School and Community Arts Programs
Arts Education Policy Review

Exploring the space/s of Higher Education
Higher Education Research & Development

Doing Time in the Sociology of Education
British Journal of Sociology of Education

Youth, Insecurity and Education
International Studies in Sociology of Education

International Policy Borrowing and Evidence-based Educational Policy Making: Relationships and Tensions
Educational Research
 
What is philosophy for indigenous people, in relation to education?
Educational Philosophy and Theory
 
Curriculum as Contestation
Teaching in Higher Education
 
Pedagogy in Theory and Practice Issue
Research in Dance Education: Innovations in Arts Practice
 
Research on Early Child Development in Romania
Early Child Development and Care
 
Theorising Curriculum in Colour and Curves: Black Women with/in Curriculum Studies
Gender and Education
 
Do new forms of distance and virtual education promote or impede feminist pedagogy and gender equity across cultures?
Gender and Education
 
Neoliberalism, Gender, and Education Work
Gender and Education