The editorial board of the Policy and Practice in Education (Journal) welcomes contributions on most aspects of the education of those who teach. Whether this teaching occurs in elementary, secondary, or postsecondary institutions, which is our primary focus, or in other institutions, such as business and industry, government, or the military, the board is interested in exploring how people become teachers, how their practice matures, what issues and challenges they face, and how the public policy context shapes their practice. The board especially wishes to encourage two kinds of manuscripts:
(a) those in which are illuminated the complexities of teaching through established and emerging theories and programs of research, and
(b) those in which matters preoccupying contemporary debates about teaching and the public policy context of teaching are critically examined.
Manuscripts should be written in an accessible and rigorous style which communicates to specialist and nonspecialists. Policy and Practice in Education is published by the Faculty of Education, at the University of Regina, Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.
For more information about the journal and its editorial policy, visit the web site at: http://ineducation.ca/
Starting with Volume 15, Number 2, Policy and Practice in Education became in education, a renamed and online journal. These new issues are also in oURspace.