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Announcing New Editors in Chief for Impacting Education

Announcing New Editors in Chief for Impacting Education

Welcome Drs. Jeffries and Tamim!

Meet the new Editors in Chief for our academic journal Impacting Education, Dr. Rhonda Jeffries and Dr. Suha Tamim. We are excited to welcome them to CPED's online, open-source journal to help provide a forum where academics and practitioners alike may publish scholarly articles that meaningfully contribute to the improved preparation of PK-20 educational leaders.

Dr. Rhonda Jeffries

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Announcing New Impacting Education Series: 100 Years of the EdD

Announcing New Impacting Education Special Issue Series:
100 Years of the EdD

The Impacting Education (IE) journal is an open access, international blind peer-reviewed journal where academics and practitioners can publish scholarly articles that meaningfully contribute to the improved preparation of PK-20 educational leaders through the examination of the development, redesign, and improvement of professional preparation programs as well as their outcomes.

This year marks 100 years since the founding of the first EdD program. To highlight and celebrate this milestone and the progress made toward making the EdD a degree that prepares scholarly practitioners for their work in the field, IE is running a special series of three themed journal issues. Each issue will be led by guest editors with content-expertise and will be published in the spring of 2021.


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New Impacting Education Issue - Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD Programs

New Impacting Education Issue
Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD Programs

CPED is pleased to announce that a new issue of our peer reviewed academic journal - Impacting Education - is now available to read for free.

This issue's special theme is Activating Activism: Promoting Activism Within EdD ProgramsThe themed issue is designed to highlight the challenges, the work, and the results of both EdD graduates and faculty as it relates to activism and becoming change agents within their local educational communities and beyond. 


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