The Educational Forum
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|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.
Dr. Monica Taylor, Montclair State University
Dr. Emily J. Klein, Montclair State University
Winner, 2017 Association TRENDS All-Media Contest – Bronze Award, Scholarly/Technical/Scientific Journal
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
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Monica Taylor and Emily J. Klein
A Framework for Graduated Teacher Autonomy: Linking Teacher Proficiency With Autonomy
Orienting Toward Teacher Education for Online Environments for All Students
Academic Mobbing in Relation to Leadership Practices: A New Perspective on an Old Issue
Response, Demand, and Control: Evaluating a Three-Factor Model and Measure of Teachers’ Interactional Styles
“Asking, Learning, Seeking Out”: An Exploration of Data Literacy for Teaching
The Roles of Technology in Mathematics Education
Teamwork and Entrepreneurial Behavior among K-12 Teachers in the United States
Getting to Where We Meant to Be: Working Toward the Educational World We Imagined
Description: 124-page, single-color journal
Review process: Doubly masked, peer review
Acceptance rate: 31% (2017)
Readership: University faculty and researchers in education; undergraduate students; administrators; K–12 practitioners