Success in High-Need Schools Journals
The Center's online journal, Success in High-Need Schools, publishes articles addressing research; such issues in teacher and leader education as clinical practice, diversity, innovation and leadership,...; and practice and policy matters associated with Pre-K-12 education in under-resourced communities. The Center's online journal showcases the work of nation-wide faculty and leaders in education and provides professional development for practicing teachers and leaders and teacher and leader educators. Access the journal's current issue and an archive of past issues at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu/education/success-high-need-schools-journals .
Two issues are planned per year. Journal articles are normally 2,500-6,000 words in length depending on the author's judgment of content necessary to describe and analyze the subject in question. References are asked to situate the article content in the professional literature. Submissions are made as Word document email attachments addressed to the editor. Journal issues are posted on the Center website at North Central College. Authors are invited to review current and past issues to gain information about the journal. Currently the journal is soliciting articles on innovative practices in secondary education and secondary teacher preparation. More information for prospective authors can be obtained by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Volume 12 – Issue #1 Issue Theme: “Illinois Responses to the Next Generation Science Standards Movement”
- Volume 11 – Issue #1 Issue Theme: “Reforms in Teacher Preparation: From Policy Changes to Implementation"
- Volume 10 – Issue #1 Issue Theme: “Implementing Illinois Common Core Standards in Teacher Preparation and Professional Development”
- Volume 9 – Issue #1 Issue Theme: "Improving the Preparation of Candidates to Close the Achievement Gap as Teachers in High-Need Schools"
- Volume 3 – Issue #1 Issue Theme: “Action Research to Improve Teaching and Learning in High-Need Schools”
- Volume 2 – Issue #3 Issue Theme: “Innovation: Projects that Make Change in the Way We Prepare Teachers for High-Need Schools”
- Volume 2 – Issue #2 Issue Theme: "The Critical Need to Recruit a Larger, More Diverse Corps of Highly Qualified Teachers for High-Need Schools"