Mid-Atlantic Education Review Call for Submissions


The Mid-Atlantic Education Review is a peer-reviewed, online journal that provides a forum for studies pertaining to educational issues of interest to educators and researchers in the Mid-Atlantic region.  The Review publishes articles that contribute to the knowledge base of researchers, policy-makers, teachers, and administrators.  Such articles span multiple levels of analyses, subject focus, and methodological approach to appeal to a broad educational audience.


The editorial board is happy to announce the first Call for Submissions of the Mid-Atlantic Education Review!
We are accepting submissions for the first issue.  Submissions may include studies, reports of findings, book reviews, and literature reviews pertaining to educational issues affecting the Mid-Atlantic region.  We are particularly interested in articles that provide research that will be of interest to not only researchers, but also teachers, administrators, and policy-makers in the region.

Submission Guidelines:

Submissions should be 1,500-2,000 words and address issues of interest to educational researchers, policy-makers, and practitioners in the Mid-Atlantic region. All submissions should be in American Psychological Association, Sixth Edition (APA) format.
Submit blinded papers to mer@gse.rutgers.edu.
The first round of submissions close on October 31.  All authors will need to register to complete the submission.  More information can be found in the “About” page on the review's webpage.