CALL FOR PAPERS: Volume 7, Issue 2 – International Perspectives on Urban Education
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Volume 7, Issue 2 – International Perspectives on Urban Education
Penn GSE Perspectives on Urban Education Journal is now accepting submissions for an upcoming issue entitled International Perspectives on Urban Education. This issue will highlight perceptions, programs, and experiences in urban education around the globe. We invite submissions that build upon any of the following ideas: How do urban schools vary in different contexts? How has globalization/internationalization shaped and altered urban education in recent years? How have schools around the world been affected by and responded to patterns of migration from rural to urban areas? Are there pedagogical approaches and curricular resources that are specifically useful in these new contexts? How will schools assume the responsibility of preparing students to understand global issues and develop fluency in multiple languages? In relation to these questions, what is the role of American and British schools in this new "globalized" world? The above list of guiding questions is not exhaustive, and authors are encouraged to consult with the editors regarding preliminary ideas.
We encourage researchers, graduate students, practitioners, policy makers, and youth to publish studies in progress, as well as findings from completed research and reflections on practice. We also welcome submissions that present content in creative ways through multimedia formats. Submissions must follow the style outlined in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (2009, 6th edition). Please complete the submission form found on our website and e-mail it along with your submission to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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