Critical Education

Critical Education is an international peer-reviewed journal, which seeks manuscripts that critically examine contemporary education contexts and practices. Critical Education is interested in theoretical and empirical research as well as articles that advance educational practices that challenge the existing state of affairs in society, schools, and informal education.

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An early expression of interest and a 250-500 word abstract December 10, 2018. Please address correspondence to singers@tcnj.edu and baconj@mail.montclair.edu including "Critical Education" in the subject line. Manuscripts due dates: Due to the nature of a special series, we will be accepting and reviewing manuscripts on a rolling basis until April 10, 2019 with the potential of extending the CFP. (CFP continues...)

 
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Vol 9, No 16 (2018)

Table of Contents

(Re)Considering STEM Education

(Re)Considering STEM Education: Continuing the Critical Opposition and Proposition PDF
John Lupinacci, Mark Wolfmeyer
Technology and Racist Frameworks in Early Childhood Education PDF
Miriam Tager
Bridge to Power: How Teachers Used Project-Based Learning to Design an Inclusive Urban STEM High School PDF
Simon N. Jorgenson
Where STEM binds, and ST(eee)EM flows: A case for where in STEM discourse and practice PDF
Hartley Banack
Toward a State-Critical STEM Education PDF
Jamie Eric Teeple
Native Philosophy as the Basis for Secondary Science Curriculum PDF
Stephany RunningHawk Johnson
Packaging Girls for STEM or STEM for Girls? A critique on the perceived crisis of increasing female representation in STEM education PDF
Nataly Chesky, Rebecca Goldstein


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