Education publishes original investigations and theoretical papers dealing with worthwhile innovations in learning, teaching, and education. Preference is given to innovations in the school — proposed or actual — and theoretical or evaluative. Papers concern all levels and every area of education and learning. Education is primarily concerned with teacher preparation in all of its many aspects.
The first issue of EDUCATION was published in 1880 by The New England Publishing Company of Boston, Massachusetts by the Palmer family. In the 1950’s Dr. Emmett A. Betts of the Betts Reading Clinic in Haverford, Pennsylvania, served as Editor-in-Chief. Members of the Palmer family continued to publish EDUCATION until 1969 when Dr. Cassel and his wife, Lan Mieu became the Editor, Managing Editor and Publisher. In 2004 Dr. Phil Feldman and George Uhlig assumed ownership and implemented several technological advancements in the journal's publication process. As of February 2022, Charles Miller assumed ownership and editing duties. He is a former instructor at Texas Tech University and at the University of Georgia, and he is committed to continuing the journal's tradition of excellence. EDUCATION remains one of the oldest education journals published on a continuing basis for more than 142 years.
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Yvette Bynum University of Alabama
Amy Golightly Bucknell University
Nancy Hamilton University of Arkansas at Little Rock
Annette Hux Arkansas State University
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Jodi Newton Samford University
Joseph Nichols Arkansas State University
Joseph Sencibaugh Webster University
Kate Simmons Auburn University Montgomery
William Sterrett University of North Carolina Wilmington
Mercedes Tichenor Stetson University
Justin Walton Cameron University