"The Clearing House" is currently accepting manuscripts on educational issues for publication.
THE CLEARING HOUSE, a peer-reviewed journal, publishes material of interest to mddle level and high school teachers and administrators. The journal contains articles reporting on useful practices, research findings, and experiments. We also publish a limited number of articles presenting opinion on controversial issues.
Consideration is given to articles dealing with educational trends and philosophy; preservice and inservice education; effective schools; curriculum; learning styles; discipline; guidance and counseling; community involvement; education of persons with disabilities; teaching and learning climate; gifted and talented programs; international educational; instructional leadership; instructional techniques; teaching with computers; testing and measurement; and school law.
We prefer previously unpublished manuscripts that do not exceed 2,500 words. Please double space and verify the format of your article adheres to "The Chicago Manual of Style," 14th ed. Additionally, please submit two copies of your contribution along with a cover-sheet listing the manuscript title, names of authors, street/email addresses, phone/fax numbers, institutional affiliations, and academic titles.
Sarah C. Yaussi
The Clearing House
1319 18th St., NW
Washington, DC 20036-1802
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