[Technology 839] Paper submission request: International Journal of Literacy and Numeracy Studies
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The following announcement is made on behalf of Dr. Alisa Belzer:
Special Issue Announcement
The editors of International Journal of Literacy and Numeracy Studies
are pleased to announce that Dr. Alisa Belzer of Rutgers University and
Dr. Ralf St. Clair of University of Glasgow will edit a special issue of
LNS to be published in 2007. This issue will focus on how national
accountability systems are influencing practice at the program and
classroom levels. The guest editors are seeking submissions of papers
that explore the choices and compromises and the costs and benefits of
increased demands for standardized accountability and reporting
procedures. They are also interested in papers that document how
teachers and learners are developing and maintaining "responsive"
practices in this time when increasingly narrow accountability and
curricular systems seem to be reducing the options open to educators and
learners. They would like especially to urge practitioners to
contribute, either as solo authors or in collaboration with university
researchers or policy makers. Please submit papers to Dr. Belzer or Dr.
St. Clair by June 30, 2007 at the latest. If you would like to contact
our guest editors directly, email them at belzera at rci.rutgers.edu and/or
rstclair at educ.gla.ac.uk.
NYC Regional Adult Education Network
Literacy Assistance Center
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32 Broadway 10th Floor
New York, New York 10004
mariannf at lacnyc.org
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