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Peabody Journal of Education (PJE) publishes quarterly symposia in the broad area of education. This includes topics related to formal institutions catering to students in early childhood, pre-school, primary, elementary, intermediate, secondary, post-secondary, and tertiary education. This net is meant to include special kinds of educational institutions, such as those important for vocation training or the schooling of the handicapped. The PJE also welcomes manuscript submissions that concentrate on informal education dynamics, those outside the immediate framework of institutions. Journal interests also include education matters that are important overseas, to nations outside the United States. Finally, it includes matters that are linked to the social and organizational context in which formal and informal education take place. The Editor cooperates with groups of scholars to present multifaceted, integrated expositions of important topics. A given issue of the Journal may contain contributions from social scientists, historians, philosophers, attorneys, practitioners, and policymakers. Unsolicited proposals for special issues including designation of participating scholars and an outline of articles will be accepted for review. Additionally, the Editor cooperates with Editorial Board members to identify potential topics, Guest Editors, and contributors. The Journal has the flexibility to consider publishing monographs or a series focused on particular lines of inquiry. In all cases, the Editor and the Editorial Board will ensure that each issue is carefully reviewed and its articles will comprise a high-quality contribution to understanding and practice.
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