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AJE Forum aims to make fresh contributions to both new and recurrent issues of concern to education scholars, practitioners, and policymakers. We hope to engage the American Journal of Education's past, present, and future authors and readers. The blog includes original thought pieces by our student board members and others. The highlights section draws directly from past and present AJE articles. The features section includes more extensive original pieces.
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The latest edition of AJE301, AJE Forum’s podcast series, comes from AJE Forum’s own Adam Hocker as he discusses the benefits and potential harms of school zero tolerance policies. Joining Adam are AJE Forum board members Raquel Muniz and Jeremy […]
The latest edition of AJE301, AJE Forum’s new podcast, comes from AJE Forum’s own Adam Hocker as he discusses the College for All argument with Forum author Kayla Johnson. Find Kayla’s original post here and join the conversation! Below is the […]
Interview with Michael Horn, author of the book “Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools”
(Book image from http://www.christenseninstitute.org) AJE Managing Editor Bryan Mann recently interviewed Michael Horn, co-author of the book Blended: Using Disruptive Innovation to Improve Schools. You can download the full mp3 file by clicking here or you can access the full audio through this website by […]
Inside the Caldecott with Steven Herb Interview by Victor Sensenig The American Library Association’s Caldecott Medal is the premier award for children’s picture books and a major determinant of what goes on book shelves and reading lists in American schools […]
Click here for our interview with Grace Kao. In this installment of our Scholar Interview Series, we spoke with Dr. Grace Kao, Professor of Sociology at University of Pennsylvania, about her 1998 AJE article “Educational Aspirations of Minority Youth” as […]