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The Educational Forum

The Educational Forum


The Educational Fourm The Educational Forum is in its 81st year as the cornerstone publication of Kappa Delta Pi.

The Educational Forum made its first appearance in November 1936. That first issue was jam-packed with articles, studies, essays and even poems from leading educators across America.

History tells us those first issues were packed so full because of doubts about the future, fueled by the Great Depression. There may have been doubt about starting an academic journal in the depths of an economic depression, but educators and researchers have kept the journal strong for more than eight decades.

The Educational Forum is a doubly masked peer-reviewed journal published quarterly to provide thought-provoking, challenging essays, research reports, and featured works designed to stimulate dialogue in education on a worldwide scale.

Academic Editor:
Alan Amtzis, Ph.D., The College of New Jersey

Associate Academic Editors:
Dr. Tabitha Dell’Angelo, The College of New Jersey
Dr. Ryan Flessner, Butler University

Winner, 2015 Association TRENDS All-Media Contest
– Silver Award, Scholarly/Technical/Scientific Journal

Winner, 2014 Association TRENDS All-Media Contest – Bronze Award, Scholarly/Technical/Scientific Journal

Inside the Current Issue
Access individual articles or the whole issue at Taylor and Francis Online.
The entire issue is freely accessible through October 31, 2017.

Volume 81
Number 4

October–December 2017

Special Issue: Strength and Hope in Urban Education: The Bridge Between Community and Classroom
Academic Co-Editors: Tabitha Dell’Angelo and Lynnette Malwhinney

A Call to Arms for a Paradigm Shift in Urban Education
Tabitha Dell’Angelo and Lynnette Malwhinney

Teachers
Love as a Language for Educational Justice
José Luis Vilson

Constructing a High-Stakes Community in the Classroom: A Case Study of One Urban Middle-School Teacher
Racheal Rothrock

Raising the Bar: Using Coaching Conversations to Address Issues of Low Expectations for Students in Urban Settings
Reshma Ramkellawan and Jacobe Bell

Less Hope, More Paint: On the Political War Being Waged in Urban Contexts
Phillip Boda

Students
“I Want to Know About Everything That’s Happening in the World”: Enhancing Critical Awareness Through Youth Participatory Action Research With Latinx Youth
Daniel Morales Morales, Genia Bettencourt, Keisha Green, and Chrystal George Mwangi

Improving Opportunities for Bridging Social Capital: The Story of a Full-Service Community School Initiative at an Alternative High School
Xiaoxia Newton, Shanna Rose Thompson, Bangsil Oh, and Leah Ferullo

The Success of Urban Schools in Oxnard, California: An In-Depth Look at Developmental and Relational Assets
Nancy Akhavan, Ryan Emery, Ginger Shea, and Adria Taha-Resnick

Community at Large
Critical Community Conversations: Cultivating the Elusive Dialogue About Racism With Parents, Community Members, and Teachers
Bettina Love and Gholnecsar Muhammad

How Can Community Organizations Support Urban Transformative Teacher Leadership? Lessons From Three Successful Alliances
Kira Baker-Doyle

Jumping Into the Deep End: Developing Culturally Responsive Urban Teachers Through Community-Immersive Partnerships
April Mustian, Robert Lee, Carlos Nelson, Valentina Gamboa-Turner, and Lisa Roule

On Building Bridges, Cultural Agnosia, HipHopEd, and Urban Education
Christopher Emdin
Established: 1936

Description: 124-page, single-color journal

Review process: Doubly masked, peer review

Acceptance rate: 21% (2016)

Readership: University faculty and researchers in education; undergraduate students; administrators; K–12 practitioners
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