The Educational Forum



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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 Editors:
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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Volume 85
Number 2
APRIL–JUNE 2021


Editorial Statement
Monica Taylor and Emily J. Klein

Articles
Swimming Against the Tide in Current Educational Practice: Thoughts and Proposals from a Communitarian Perspective

What Does Canadian Indigenous Literature Impart About Colonization and the Future?

Students’ Mathematical Learning Behaviour in Teaching-for-Understanding Classes: Senior High School and First-Year University Students’ Views

From the Margins of the Classroom to Mattering: How Community College Education Students Develop Future Teacher Identities

Teacher Candidate Tensions with the edTPA: A Neoliberal Policy Analysis

Complicating the Conversation on Teacher Quality: A Comparative Examination of Contextual Supports for Effective Teaching

Book Review
The Education Trap: Schools and the Remaking of Inequality in Boston


Established: 1936

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