Academic journal article School Community Journal

Passing the Baton: Founding Executive Editor Taps New Executive Editor

Academic journal article School Community Journal

Passing the Baton: Founding Executive Editor Taps New Executive Editor

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In 1991 the School Community Journal was born, a thin volume printed at a local print shop across the square from our Lincoln office. After shipping it off to our friends in the great cause of the school as a place of community, we discovered that the glued binding didn't hold, and the pages fell out. Nevertheless, the epigraph by Patricia Gándara was inspiring, the articles by Herb Walberg, Dorothy Rich, and others were informative, and the advisory board was impressive. We continued to print the journal twice each year, and it grew in size and readership. In 1999 Lori Thomas assumed the editorship of the journal and has managed its evolution into a world-class compendium of scholarship and reports from the field. In 2001 we published a book of articles from past issues, and Joyce Epstein penned its foreword. At some point we converted from printed distribution to subscribers to free dissemination via the Internet. …

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