PROJECT INNOVATION

Education Editorial Board

Kristi McHale, Editor-in-Chief

Shelley Holden 
University of South Alabama

Grace Huang
Cleveland State University

Stephanie Huffman
University of Central Arkansas

Jeff Hunter
Glenville State College

Patricia Huskin
Texas A & M University, Kingsville

Pattie Johnston
The University of Tampa


William Kelly

Robert Morris University


Andi Kent
University of South Alabama

Misty LaCour
Kaplan University

Marie Lassmann
Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Lisa Looney
University of La Verne

Ben Maguad
Andrews University

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Patricia Ainsa
University of Texas at El Paso

Nina Brown
Old Dominion University

Khanh Bui
Pepperdine University

Brooke Burks
Auburn University at Montgomery

Yvette Bynum
University of Alabama

Tim Daugherty
Missouri State University

Brett Everhart
Lock Haven University

Amy Golightly
Bucknell University

Andre Green
University of South Alabama

Nancy Hamilton
University of Arkansas at Little Rock

Charles Harris
James Madison University

Amy Hoaglund
Samford University

Jodi Newton
Samford University

Joseph Nichols
Arkansas State University

Chris Piotrowski
University of West Florida

Sam Roberson
Plano Independent School District, 

Joseph Sencibaugh
Webster University

Kate Simmons
Auburn University Montgomery

Joel Snell
Kirkwood College (Retired)

Ervin Sparapani
Saginaw Valley State University

William Sterrett
University of North Carolina Wilmington

Mercedes Tichenor
Stetson University

Justin Walton
Cameron University


Eugene Wong

California State University Bernardino

Education

ISSN: 0013-1172

Education publishes original investigations and theoretical papers dealing with worthwhile innovations in learning, teaching, and education. Preference is given to innovations in the school — proposed or actual — and theoretical or evaluative. Papers concern all levels and every area of education and learning. Education is primarily concerned with teacher preparation in all of its many aspects.

The first issue of EDUCATION was published in 1880 by The New England Publishing Company of Boston, Massachusetts by the Palmer family. In the 1950’s Dr. Emmett A. Betts of the Betts Reading Clinic in Haverford, Pennsylvania, served as Editor-in-Chief. Members of the Palmer family continued to publish EDUCATION until 1969 when Dr. Cassel and his wife, Lan Mieu became the Editor, Managing Editor and Publisher. In 2004 Dr. Phil Feldman and George Uhlig assumed ownership. EDUCATION remains the oldest education journal published on a continuing basis for more than 100 years.​

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