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Educational Foundations, independent quarterly journal, subscriptions $50 (individual) or $80 (institutional) per year, ISSN 1047-8248. Educational Foundations features research and analysis in the social foundations of educations, with a focus on interdisciplinary scholarship among the foundations fields. Editor: William T. Pink, Marquette University.

Educational Leadership and Administration (formerly Journal of CAPEA), annual journal of the California Association of Professors of Educational Administration, subscriptions $50 (individual) or $60 (institutional) per year, ISSN 1064-4474. Educational Leadership and Administration features research and analysis related to the preparation of educational administrators. Editor: Sharon Welty-Brown, California State University, Fresno.

International Journal of Educational Policy, Research, and Practice, quarterly journal sponsored by the David C. Anchin Center, University of South Florida, subscriptions $75 (individual), $175 (institutional), $50 (students) per year, ISSN 1528-3534. International Journal of Educational Policy, Research, and Practice features interdisciplinary research and analysis on international issues of educational policy and practice. Editor: Kathryn M. Borman, University of South Florida.

Issues in Teacher Education, semi-annual journal of the California Council on Teacher Education, subscriptions $30 (individual) or $50 (institutional), ISSN 1536-3031. Issues in Teacher Education features articles, commentary, and reviews on the teacher education field. Editor: Steve Turley, California State University, Long Beach.

Journal of Curriculum Theorizing, quarterly journal sponsored by the Corporation for Curriculum Research, subscriptions $75 (individual) or $125 (institutional) per year, ISSN 1057-896X. Journal of Curriculum Theorizing features scholarship on curriculum theory and teaching and learning that challenges disciplinary, genre, and textual boundaries. Editor: Marla Morris, Georgia Southern University.

Journal of Thought, quarterly journal sponsored by Texas Tech University, subscriptions $50 (individual) or $80 (institutional) per year, ISSN 0022-5231. Journal of Thought features analysis and research in educational philosophy, history of education, and other foundations of education disciplines. Editor: Douglas J. Simpson, Texas Tech University.

Multicultural Education, quarterly magazine, subscriptions $50 (individual) or $80 (institutional) per year, ISSN 1068-3844. …

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