Barrio Writers (BW) is a non-profit creative writing program, founded in 2009 by author Sarah Rafael García, which provides free college level writing workshops to teenagers in underserved communities.
Barrio Writers participants receive college-level workshops to build skills in reading, grammar, creative writing, critical thinking and freedom of expression through cultural arts. The week-long session includes guest writers, who serve as role models in our neighborhoods and support youth aspirations.
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The crhr research reports serve as the digital outlet for multidisciplinary project reports produced by crhr research associates, affiliates, and fellows. We welcome manuscripts from others working in our region and beyond, and look forward to further exploring issues relating to the practice of geography, history and anthropology. Additionally, we seek to incorporate full-color figures, videos and 3D models where possible. Volumes include original research articles, technical reports, monograph-length pieces of scholarship, and special publications.
The East Texas Historical Association is committed to research into the unique role of East Texas in the history of Texas and the United States, the preservation and enhancement of East Texas’s historical heritage, and to publish and make known the rich history with which this part of Texas is endowed.
This Journal is made possible by our members, sponsors, and donors. Join ETHA at www.easttexashistorical.org.
It is the mission of the Index of Texas Archaeology to digitally curate, aggregate, and distribute redacted digital proxies of scarce, limited-production, and born-digital archaeological works produced throughout the State of Texas and adjacent regions. The Index of Texas Archaeology adheres to best practices as they relate to the curation of digital resources that are distributed in an open-access format where they are easily found and downloaded with searches of this site or through Google Scholar .
The Journal of Human Services: Training, Research, & Practice (JHS:TRP) is an on-line, peer-reviewed journal that publishes book reviews and articles based on research, theory development, case studies, or program and intervention applications.
The Journal of Multicultural Affairs (JMA) adheres to the belief that the multicultural field is not based solely in one area or owned by a single entity. It is vast. It is beautiful. It is dynamic. Work pertaining to multicultural affairs can be found within higher education, K-12, scientific, spiritual, religious, and community enclaves. How is multicultural affairs defined within JMA? JMA defines multicultural affairs as the affairs that affect the many faces of society, disrupts homogeneous thinking, fights for social equity, and seeks social justice. JMA is focused on bridging the gap between all settings and seeks to provide a platform for our audience to share their work in multicultural affairs and to engage in vital multicultural dialogue. We welcome submissions in a variety of platforms: research-based, personal experience, and poetry. JMA will be published at least two times a year. In addition, Submissions will follow a double-blind review format.
Papers are accepted on a rolling basis. However, to be considered for the June issue, manuscripts must be received by April 1st. To be considered for the December issue, manuscripts must be received by October 1st. Guidelines for manuscript development can be found in the About This Journal section. Manuscript inquiries should be sent to: Editor, Dr. Osaro E. Airen, at firstname.lastname@example.org or Editor, Dr. James A. Gambrell, at email@example.com
Welcome to MLET: The Journal of Middle Level Education in Texas!
MLET addresses all levels of middle level education and various educational contexts, including public and private education in the United States and abroad. The audience for the journal is made up of educators who are interested in advancing research, learning, and classroom practice in the middle grades. Articles should promote good research, teaching, service, and leadership in middle grades education.
The School Leadership Review is a nationally refereed journal sponsored and published by the Texas Council of Professors of Educational Administration and is designed to offer a publishing opportunity to professors of educational leadership across the country on topics related to school administration.
School Leadership Review is published twice annually. The fall edition is general topics publication. Manuscripts for fall publication will be considered until September 1 each year.
The Spring issue is a themed issue that coincides with the Texas Association of School Administrators (TASA) Mid-Winter Conference. Manuscripts for the spring publication will be considered until March 1 each year.
The Spring/Summer 2023 issue theme is Dare to Lead.
Possible topics include:
- Advocacy & Legislative Policy.
- Assessment & Accountability.
- College & Career Readiness.
- University and P-12 Partnerships.
- Instructional Leadership and Digital Learning.
- Leadership development for equitable education.
- Innovative Learning and Student Supports.
- Transformational Leadership.
- Innovative School Improvement Designs
Follow 7th edition of APA Publication Manual for style and reporting standards for findings. See Manuscript Preparation Guidelines for details.
The Journal of Faith, Education, and Community (JFEC) publishes peer-reviewed articles related to the role of faith communities in personal and public well-being. The audience for the journal is made up of individuals and organizations who are interested in advancing research, learning, and practices influenced by faith in the community. Articles should promote good research, education, service, and leadership in promoting the role of faith communities in personal and public well-being.
The following list describes some (not necessarily all) topics that might be considered: Traumatic events, physical or mental illness, race/ethnicity, gender issues, education, law enforcement, aging issues, poverty, substance abuse.
The Journal of Faith, Education, and Community is published annually. Guidelines for manuscript development are provided below. Manuscripts and inquiries should be sent to the Editors, Dr. Osaro E. Airen, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Please see About This Journal for more information.
The TxDLA Journal of Digital Learning is dedicated to supporting online/digital educators with insights for both scholarship and practice. In addition to providing overviews of new technologies and best practices, the journal also provides an outlet for a blind peer-reviewed opportunity for TxDLA affiliated researchers adding to the body of knowledge in the areas of educational practice in distance learning and digital education. Manuscripts in the journal present original findings resulting from quantitative, qualitative, or mixed-methods research, as well as action research. TxDLA Journal of Digital Learning.The Texas Digital Learning Association
The Forestry Bulletins were produced by the Department of Forestry (now the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture). Authored by members of the Department of Forestry, these bulletins deal with topics relevant to East Texas silviculture and forestry in general, including Loblolly, Shortleaf and Slash Pines, forest conservation in Texas and the geography of the region. The entire run of bulletins can be found here.
The Texas Forestry Papers were written by members of and published through the School of Forestry (now the Arthur Temple College of Forestry and Agriculture). These papers reflect a broad range of research, including East Texas pines, silviculture, point sampling and forestry management.