Provides general information, conferences, publications and links for adult education.
Assessment of literacy among adults (ages 16 and up) living in U.S. households and prisons.
Improves practices and informs teaching in the educational programs that serve adults with limited literacy and English language skills, and those without a high school diploma, as well as increased the research base on adult learning and literacy. By NCSALL.
Educational issues, states, policies at all levels of education
Service learning FAQ’s, topics A-Z, and resources to support service learning.
Curriculum guide for work based competency development, employment search and interview techniques.
Meta-site for teachers, librarians, parents and students to preview selected art education links. By James Madison University.
Links divided by period. By Sweet Briar College.
Serves as a fine art forum and resource directory. By Mississippi State University.
Award Winning, Highly Recommended Art Lesson Plans and Art Education Website for Teachers, Parents, Scouts, and Group Leaders. Free Art Resources, Art Projects, Art Expert Advice, Teacher Exchange, and More.
Offers free, standards-based teaching materials for use in and out of the classroom, as well as professional development resources, student materials, and guidelines for arts-based instruction and assessment.
Links to arts education sites, including lesson plans, activities, and curriculum resources.
Click on “Explore and Learn” and “Educational Resources” on the side bar for online resources
Conducts evidence based research, provides tools, assessments, and report systems that improves assessment, evaluation, technology and learning. By UCLA.
Promotes the best resources and provide balanced information concerning educational assessment, evaluation and research methodology.
Links national and state curriculum standards. By U.S. Census.
Provides lesson plans, research and resources on technical education and careers. By the Association for Career and Technical Education. By the ACTE.
Continues the Journal of Vocational and Technical Education. By Virgina Technical University.
By Virginia Technical University.
Divided into 4 main topics: Resource Guides, Databases,Instructional Materials, and Networking, Indiana University helps students find and use chemical information on the web.
This site provides annotated Web links to instructional materials and other resources of interest to Chemistry teachers and course designers.
Links for chemistry students and teachers.
Online courses in chemistry
Promotes and supports in the global community the optimal education and development of children, from birth through early adolescence, and influences the professional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are committed to the needs of children in a changing society.
To improve early childhood policy and practice focusing on children in disadvantaged circumstances.
Internet sites, organizations, lesson plans.
NCEDL is a national early childhood research project supported by the US Department of Education's Institute for Educational Sciences (IES), formerly the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI). Administratively based at the FPG Child Development Institute, NCEDL is a collaboration with the University of Virginia & UCLA.
This site is a knowledge source designed to assist policy makers, program managers, and practitioners in their efforts to promote the healthy growth and integral development of young children.
Designed for use by those interested in the theories and criticism used to analyze children's literature. It is not a resource for book reviews in the represented periodicals, nor is it a source for the full-text of the articles. The annotations are, so far, almost all written by Lisa R. Bartle, and may be cited and used for purposes of scholarship and education.
Includes reviews of great children's books, classroom activities, lesson plans, and professional topics.
Helps librarians, teachers, child care providers and others navigate the abundance of choices to locate the best books possible to meet their needs. By the University of Wisconsin.
Lists resources related to books for children. By the University of Calgary.
Offers abstracts of over 5000 children's picture books; search capabilities for over 950 keywords, including topics, concepts, and skills which describe each book; and weblinks for keywords so one can integrate up-to-date content knowledge with the picture book resources. By Miami University.
Creates a tailored reading list of quality children's literature or to find out if a book has won one of the indexed awards. By Lisa Bartle.
The International Children's Digital Library (ICDL) is a five-year project funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF) and the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) to create a digital library of international children's books...The mission of the ICDL is to select, collect, digitize, and organize children's materials in their original languages and to create appropriate technologies for access and use by children 3-13 years old.
Links to children’s literature information across the web. By VanCamp, Ball State University.
Lists essential children’s literature resources from around the globe.
A portal to the realm of fairy tale and folklore studies featuring 45 annotated fairy tales, including their histories, similar tales across cultures, and over 1,400 illustrations. Discover over 1,500 folk & fairy tales from around the world here.
Provides a place for sharing ideas and information with those interested in children’s and young adult literature.
Building a digital library of scholarly resources from and about Africa
Advances knowledge about the complex realities of higher education in the contemporary world. By Boston College.
Search by word or country then go to the education section. By the Library of Congress.
The East-West Center is an education and research organization established by the U.S. Congress in 1960 to strengthen relations and understanding among the peoples and nations of Asia, the Pacific, and the United States. The Center contributes to a peaceful, prosperous, and just Asia Pacific community by serving as a vigorous hub for cooperative research, education, and dialogue on critical issues of common concern to the Asia Pacific region and the United States.
Key facts and figures about Europe and the Europeans including education.
Browse by country, topic or education indicator, this information network on education in Europe.
Services as a programs portal, provides quick links, research and resources for international education
Acquires, processes, documents, and disseminates data collected by national, state or provincial, local, and private organizations, pertaining to all levels of education in countries for which data can be made available.
Provides international benchmarks and date through comparative research and assessment projects.
Integrated database offering more than 30.000 references on higher education systems, administration, planning and policy, costs and finances, evaluation of higher education, issues related to staff and students, cooperation, mobility and equivalences of degrees, curricula, teaching methods and learning. By UNESCO.
Specializes in contents, methods and structure of education. It builds networks to share expertise on curriculum development in all regions of the world and aims to introduce modern approaches in curriculum design and implementation, improve practical skills and promote informed dialogue at regional and international levels. By UNESCO.
Home page for the Association of International Educators.
Online access to all books, periodicals and online databases published by OECD in the area of education. It includes the annual Education at a Glance, PISA reports, the TALIS reports, the journal Higher Education Management and Policy, and other new reports on education each year.
Links electronic resources from around the world. By the Library of Congress.
Provides official information assistance for anyone seeking information about U.S. education and for U.S. citizens seeking authoritative information about education in other countries. By USNEI.
Home page for all UNESCO education activities.
Provides bibliographic records and full-text of UNESCO documents, publications and periodicals.
Offers links in the categories: teaching with electronic technology, computers and writing, theory, universities, and online writing centers.
Provides a wide variety of teaching resources.
Defines copyright and fair use for teachers.
Provides basic information and answers to frequently asked questions about copyright, publications, registrations, licensing, laws and policy.
Includes the top 5% web sites in education.
Lists outstanding web sites arranged by subject, grade level and format (tools, references, lessons, hotlists, resources, tutorials, activities and projects.
Offers lesson plans created and contributed by teachers who've used them successfully in their classrooms and web-based teaching resources created as part of the ECHO projects abroad. By Columbia Education Center.
Offers free teaching and learning resources from federal agencies.
Places thousands of lesson plans and other teaching materials at your fingertips. By GEM.
Find peer reviewed online teaching materials, discipline expertise, and online curricula.
Lists sites for students, teachers and parents, grades 3-12.
Promotes the creation and provision of high quality, economical distance education programs and services to diverse audiences.
Distance Education related sites and sources. By Louisiana State University.
Brings together distance education information from Wisconsin, national, and international sources. By the University of Wisconsin.
Contains categorized links with brief descriptions to Internet resources that I have found helpful in work as a course designer in the fields of continuing and distance education. By Penn State University.
Develops and promotes practices designed to improve educational opportunities for all young children. By Western Illinois University.
Offers a comprehensive and easily searchable collection of more than 10,000 resources from the many disciplines related to child care and early education. To find the most current Reports & Papers, Fact Sheets & Briefs, Executive Summaries, Datasets, and Instruments & Measures, conduct a search or browse Recently Added Resources
Designed to assist policy makers, program managers, and practitioners in their efforts to promote the healthy growth and integral development of young children. By Worldbank.
Provides lesson plans, professional development, technology integration, administration, and school issues in early childhood education. By Education World.
Provides teaching resources and lesson plans that have been developed by primary classroom teachers.
Focuses on enhancing the cognitive, social, and emotional development of children from birth through age eight. By NCEDL.
Provides numerous learning activities on a wide variety of topics for preschool education.
Leads discussions, share research and information and demonstrate best practices regarding technology so it can be used to benefit children aged 0-8 years.
Provides an overview of education law, federal and state material sources, other resources and related topics.
Findlaw, owned by Westlaw, provides links to primary and secondary authorities, and to other law-related websites. Link is to education law subject page.
Covers the area of education law, student rights and the privitization movement.
Originally built and maintained by offices of the U.S. House, it has now been modified and hosted by successors.
Annotated guide to sources of information on government and law available online.
Acquires, indexes and abstracts resources relating to K-12 educational management. By the University of Oregon.
Helps state leaders shape policy on educational issues in the 50 states.
Provides information about IEL programs, resources and publications.
Educates academic decision makers to be leaders for sustained, integrated institutional change that significantly improves student learning.
Lists educational media standards.
Division of ALA that provides professional tools, conferences and events, publications and journals, electronic discussion lists, etc that relate to educational media centers.
Education in Video is the first online collection of streaming video developed specifically for training and developing teachers.
Provides information on web pages, computer technology, and a variety of technology in educational sites.
Links for books, reviews, censorship, copyright, information literacy, lesson plans, and general library media information.
The Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching is an independent policy and research center with a primary mission "to do and perform all things necessary to encourage, uphold, and dignify the profession of the teacher and the cause of higher education.
The Center for Policy Analysis conducts research and convenes researchers and policy makers to study issues of interest to ACE members, the media, and the higher education community. Current activities of the Center focus on student financial aid, demographic trends in higher education, academic preparation for college, and the college presidency, among other topics.”
CPRE unites seven of the nation's top research institutions in an effort to improve student learning through research on education reform, policy, and finance.
Helps state leaders shape policy on educational issues in the 50 states.
The work of the Center focuses on education policy, education leadership, and education advocacy. The information and activities of the Center are available to policymakers, educators, community leaders and all citizens with an interest in education policy and leadership.”
The Institute's research program covers a variety of topics including the outcomes of postsecondary education, leadership development, institutional transformation, faculty performance, federal and state policy, and educational equity.”
The National Center for Policy Analysis (NCPA) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public policy research organization, established in 1983. The NCPA's goal is to develop and promote private alternatives to government regulation and control, solving problems by relying on the strength of the competitive, entrepreneurial private sector. Topics include reforms in health care, retirement, entitlement reform, taxation, economic growth, and energy and the environment.
Annotated links for counseling discussion groups maintained by California State University Northridge.
Arranged by topic and categories, this serves as a psychoeducational resource center.
Lists updated sites of interest to educational psychology. By Valdosta.
List of disability related resources. By West Virginia University.
Provides internet resource, by category, helpful to counselor educators. Oklahoma State University.
Contains access to reports produced by university-based education research centers, largely funded by the U.S. Department of Education from 1995 to 2005.
Supports the transformative promise of networked information technology for the advancement of scholarly communication and the enrichment of intellectual productivity.
Source for peer-reviewed and published articles and papers on the latest research, developments, and applications related to all aspects of Educational Technology and E-Learning
Advances higher education by promoting the intelligent use of information technology.
Includes information and communication services, technology watch, and support for the Swiss Virtual campus program.
Attempts to maintain the most up-to-date information available on the topic of technology planning.
Informs and educates K-12 senior-level district and school administrators, technologists, and tech-savvy educators within districts, schools, and classrooms to improve and advance the learning process through the use of technology.
Lists resources, publications, discussions of hot topics and events on learning and technology for school teachers.
Provides you with informative, sometimes intimate, accounts of colleagues who have agreed to share with others their encounters with using technology in their classes. By the University of North Carolina.
Links to free technology tutorials for teachers.
Promotes and supports in the global community the optimal education and development of children, from birth through early adolescence, and influences the professional growth of educators and the efforts of others who are committed to the needs of children in a changing society.
Five main categories of information: family/parenting, education/learning, typical child development, health/mental health, and resources/recreation. By Tufts University.
Provides useful and timely information that will enhance knowledge of elementary and secondary education programs and issues. By the DOE.
Provides resources for modern foreign languages.
Internet's meeting place for ESL and EFL teachers and students around the world.
Lists internet sources for literary texts in the western European languages other than English. By ACRL.
Features lesson plans, teaching tips, downloads, discussion topics, and classroom resource picks.
Offers web sites with activities and resources where one can practice reading/listening to texts intended for native speakers. By Intensive English Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Contains articles, research papers, lessons plans, classroom handouts, teaching ideas & links on English as a second language .
Contains links to resources for teachers and students at all levels of education.
Provides policy and planning for languages in the U.S. By the University of Maryland.
Seeks improve the nation's capacity for teaching and learning foreign languages by providing resources, research, material development and teacher training. By the University of Hawaii.
Offers programs and initiatives, reports and resources for children with limited English proficiency, immigrant children for a high level of attainment of the English language. By DOE.
Helps adults build the basic skills for life long learning.
Peer reviewed, freely distributed academic journal for ESL.
2007 Teaching English as a Second or Foreign Language.
Lists resources for writing, grammar, vocabulary, reading, TOEFL and activities. By the University of Washington.
Lists state laws, organizations, program options, statistics, and summer opportunities for Florida’s gifted students.
Focuses on the needs of students with exceptionally high academic abilities. By John Hopkins University.
Contains online resources, research and educational links. By the University Connecticut.
Serves as a consensus leader on key higher education issues and seeks to influence public policy through advocacy, research, and program initiatives. By ACE.
Source of resources for higher education in the 21st century. By AACU.
By Stanford University.
By the University of Wisconsin.
Covers a variety of topics including the outcomes of postsecondary education, leadership development, faculty performance, federal and state policy, and educational equity. By UCLA.
Serves as a clearinghouse of information resources for improving our understanding of higher education in the US and around the world.
University of California’s scholarly internet site collection. Type University in the search box.
Source for news, opinion and jobs for all of higher education.
Promotes public policies that enhance Americans' opportunities to pursue and achieve high-quality education and training beyond high school.
Data and statistics related to faculty salaries, workload, retirement, higher education funding, bargaining units, etc.
Free online course material from accredited institutions around the world. By the University of Texas, Austin.
Devoted to "promot[ing] the teaching of tourism, leisure and related subjects" in Eurpoe.
Links from the accrediting body and "global advocate of hospitality and tourism education for schools, colleges, and universities offering programs in hotel and restaurant management, foodservice management and culinary arts.
Links from a division of the American Hotel & Motel Association devoted to "delivering quality hospitality education, training and professional certification that serves the needs of hospitality schools and industries worldwide.
Links to useful resources for the hospitality industry and education. By the University of Central Florida.
Links to association, culinary schools, hospitality programs, and other educational resources.
Contains links to international schools, colleges and universities related to hospitality, culinary, restaurant, and tourism. By International Guild of Hospitality and Restaurant Managers.
Resources to use in secondary language arts. By the University of Vermont.
Categorized list of sites useful for enhancing curriculum and professional growth.
Provides lesson plans and activities for language arts K-12. By Education World.
Best of the Humanities on the Web brings online humanities resources from some of the world's great museums, libraries, cultural institutions, and universities directly to your classroom. By National Endowment for the Humanities.
Designed as a national writing project for teachers.
Offers online handouts covering writing, research, grammar, and MLA and APA style.
Contain essays, syllabi, bibliographies, and other resources for teaching the multiple literatures of the United States. By Georgetown University.
Co-op where writers, editors and scholars publish. By Iowa State University.
Extensive directory of academic literary resources on the web. By Jack Lynch, Rutgers University.
Categories of sites include general guides, bibliographies, individual authors, library catalogs, dictionaries, discussions, periodicals, style guides, electronic texts, and individual authors. By Louisiana State University.
Links to Literature in English for researchers and teachers, searchable by time periods, topics, and categories. By the University California, Santa Barbara
Advances professional interests of marriage and family therapists.
Links to marriage and family resources of various types. By Trinity University.
By Syracuse University.
Provides links to resources in mathematics and science for educators and students in grades 9-12, although teachers of other levels may find these materials helpful. By By Cornell University. By Cornell University.
Considered to be the best resources for teaching math at all levels. This space is not only for teachers, but has also been built in part by teachers. By Drexel University.
Links are categorized by subject. By Florida State University.
Provides resources and professional development opportunities for math teachers.
Resource list by grade range and topic.
Provides a wealth of resources for schools, districts, educators, parents, and public school advocates working to raise achievement for all students in the middle grades.
Provides practical resources to help middle level leaders improve their schools; offers relevant, job-embedded professional development for new and experienced middle level leaders; and articulates the voice of middle level leaders. By the National Association of Secondary School Principals.
Dedicated to those in the middle grades.
Multicultural Education Lesson plans on various topics and grade levels.
Selected internet resources from Colorado State University
Provides educators with websites dealing with multicultural education.
“These are websites, that focus on more than one racial or ethnic group, or on diversity issues in general.” Compiled by Iowa State University.
“Celebrates cultural and ethnic diversity as a national strength that enriches a society and rejects the view that diversity threatens the fabric of a society. NAME believes that multicultural education promotes equity for all regardless of culture, ethnicity, race, language, age, gender, sexual orientation, belief system or exceptionality. Multicultural education enables the individual to believe in one's own intrinsic worth and culture, to transcend monoculturalism and, ultimately, to become multicultural.”
Archives have children's literature, historic documents, tribal documents, and speeches by Martin Luther King, Mandela and others. Teachers' Toolbox has a photo gallery and multicultural song index. Historic African-American literature collection online for older students. There are also good links to multicultural ed. resources.
Teaching for Change provides teachers and parents with the tools to transform schools into centers of justice where students learn to read, write and change the world.
Valuable resources for music educators and students of all areas and educational levels.
Provides a wide variety of information for music educators.
Provides a wealth of online information for anyone interested in music education. By Children's Music Workshop.
Lists music links in broad categories. By Indiana University.
Lists links alphabetically, resource provided, type of site, or country.
Provides weekly education news.
Provides links to some of the best education web links.
Provides research guides, lesson plans, question archives, and searching GEM. By the University of Syracuse.
Offers directories of schools and colleges by district and name along with press releases, publications, statistics, and employment opportunities. By Florida DOE.
Creates an operational framework to provide the nation's teachers with "one-stop, any-stop" access to substantial, but uncataloged, collections of Internet-based educational materials available on various federal, state, university, non-profit, and commercial Internet sites. GEM provides access to high quality Internet lesson plans, curriculum units and other education resources.
Reports policies on federal financial aid for education, collects and disseminates research, focuses national attention on key educational issues, and promotes equal access to education. By the DOE.
Collects, screens, and identifies studies of the effectiveness of educational interventions. By DOE.
To enhance the understanding and appreciation of physics through teaching, it includes teaching resources, projects, publications, public policy, grants and awards.
Provides information on basic physics, the solar system, the sun, measuring the universe, the nature of stars and galaxies, and theories on origins and evolution. Also features a glossary of astronomical terms, acronyms, diagrams, photographs, and a periodic table of the elements.
CPEP materials present the current understanding of the fundamental nature of matter and energy, incorporating the major research findings of recent years.
Review articles and tutorials in an encyclopedic format from MIT.
Large collection of applets from the University of Oregon that deal with astrophysics, energy, environment, mechanics and thermodynamics.
The American Physical Society teaches how the world works, answers questions, and provides daily updates of physics in the news.
Pilot’s Web offers aviation terms, physics principles of flight, air navigation and weather sense as well as motion.
Explores the history of electricity, lightening, Franklin’s kite, Van de Graaff’s generator, and provides teacher resources as well as a video and picture gallery.
Reading acquisition framework.
Provides educational materials, services and coursework to those interested in the language arts. By Indiana University. By Indiana University.
Includes web resources and Reading Online, hundreds of articles on reading education.
Develops tools and guidance to strengthen the teaching and learning of reading in adult education and literacy programs.
Laubach Literacy helps adults and their families acquire literacy practices and skills to improve their daily lives.
Find advice, articles and booklists.
Gathers and collates the best national data available to provide a reliable and comprehensive overview of American reading today. While it incorporates some statistics from the National Endowment for the Arts’ 2004 report, Reading at Risk
Serves as an innovative Internet community for school psychologists.
Serves as a links "map" that provides quick access to relevant resources mental health in schools on the internet. By UCLA.
Research learning disabilities, ADHD, functional behavioral assessment, autism, adolescence, parenting, psychological assessment, special education, mental retardation, mental health, and more.
Provides today’s resources for tomorrow’s psychologists.
Creates innovative learning experiences for young learners interested in space.
Interactive biology site for curious kids.
Links to programs and activities of particular interest to K-14 environmental education students and teachers. University of Arizona.
International space station.
Focuses on the science teacher, web resources, and the teaching environment.
Arranged by high school and college resources and K-8 resources. By St. Ambrose University.
By the Internet Public Library.
Online community of educators, students, schools, science museums and other institutions demonstrating a new model for inquiry science education.
Focuses only on Web pages containing scientific content.
Explore a topic by choosing a category.
Information on middle and high school leadership.
Coordinates national resources, offers technical assistance, and disseminates information related to secondary education and transition for youth with disabilities in order to create opportunities for youth to achieve successful futures.
Website provides useful and timely information to enhance their knowledge of elementary and secondary education programs.
Contains annotated links to over 1000 history web sites as well as links to hundreds of quality K-12 history lesson plans, history teacher guides, history activities, history games, history quizzes, and more.
Links for history, newsletter, book reviews.
Provides access to the very best Web resources for education and research, evaluated and selected by a network of subject specialists in the social sciences.
Gathered lesson plans and resources from the Internet which social studies teachers will find useful. By California State University.
Gateway for resources about primary sources, activities and training for educators and students. By the US Archives.
Designed for K-12 social studies teachers and students. It also has information and topics that are useful to pre-service social studies instructors and students. By the University of Indiana.
Provides resources and professional development opportunities for those who work with exceptionalities.
Information on learning disabilities and ADHD.
Offers background information, fact sheets and helpful links to resources and organizations on a broad range of learning disability issues.
Gateway to the wonders of astronomy and space science for students, educators and the public. By the University of California, Berkeley.
Provides collection of Internet accessible information resources of interest to those involved in the fields related to Special Education.
Dedicated to improving results for infants, toddlers, children and youth with disabilities ages birth through 21 by providing leadership and financial support to assist states and local districts. By the DOE.
Provides information and resources on certification and credentialing, professional education and conferences, grants and research initiatives, health and fitness information, news within the industry as well as links to regional chapters.
The American Council on Exercise® is a nonprofit organization committed to enriching quality of life through safe and effective exercise and physical activity. As America’s Authority on Fitness, ACE protects all segments of society against ineffective fitness products, programs and trends through its ongoing public education, outreach and research. ACE further protects the public by setting certification and continuing education standards for fitness professionals.
American Physiological Society teaching resources
Provides links to biomechanics societies, journals, orthopaedics, and other aspects of biomechanics.
Links for Coaching/Sports, General PE, Associations, Health/Nutrition, Sports medicine/Kinesiology, and Sports centers. By Texas A&M.
By National Library of Medicine, Medline Plus.
USDA information center that provides information on fitness, sports, and sports nutrition and links to other web sites.
Maintains a collection of links to other good Web sites on sport and fitness topics as well as academic and professional subjects.
Supports and disseminates research-based knowledge and its practical application to improve athletic performance and fitness, offers free online training videos, free podcasts, and links to other websites.
Premier Web site for health and physical education teachers, parents, and students. Our goal is to provide the latest information about developmentally appropriate physical education programs for children and youth.
Brings together the websites which will assist the serious sports researcher, kinesiology librarian, sport information specialist, college/university student and faculty. By the University of Calgary
Provider of sports information and research.
Search the vast collection of sports related web links.
Links for the basics, nutrition, specific conditions, research, journal articles, directories, organizations, statistics and links for children, teenagers, and women as well. By the National Institute of Health, National Library of Medicine and Medline Plus.
Offers information on education, organizations and topics about sports medicine.
Features a 360 degree full body model for investigation of human anatomy and physiology. By Argosy University.
Focuses on sports issues that affect women.
Provides tools, activities, research, forums, and more. By ALPS, Harvard Graduate School of Education.
Set up as an internet education village.
Provides discussion lists, bulletin boards, and links on a wide variety of subjects of interest to the elementary teacher.
Identifies and connects innovative teachers exemplifying professionalism and creativity within public school systems.
Intends to make learning and instructional theory more accessible to educators. The database contains brief summaries of 50 major theories of learning and instruction. These theories can also be accessed by learning domains and concepts.
The Annenberg Institute for School Reform develops, shares, and acts on knowledge that improves the conditions and outcomes of schooling for all students, especially the underserved in America's urban communities.
Contains a news room, publications, research projects, legislative services and conference information on urban education.
Information specifically about urban and minority education. Includes the former ERIC Clearinghouse on Urban Education.
Includes data maps, learning modules, and an urban education library of resources.
Provides an interactive forum to investigate critical issues in urban education. The purpose of an electronic journal format is to provide a vehicle for fostering conversations about the complexities of urban education among practitioners, researchers, policymakers and graduate students, groups who often work in isolation from each other. We imagine that the larger community interested in these issues will use the format to provide scholarship, commentary, and critique essential for investigating critical issues in urban education. We hope that the potential for dialogue through an electronic journal will lead to increased cooperation and understanding among all those concerned about urban education.
Last Updated May 31, 2013