Student PublicationsCurrent Issues in Comparative Education
- Current Issues in Comparative Education (CICE) is a leading open-access online academic journal from Teachers College, Columbia University. Since its founding, the journal has become a recognized and respected source for cutting-edge debate in the field of comparative and international education. We publish scholarly articles that make clear and significant contributions to further debate on educational policy and comparative studies within a variety of academic disciplines. Founded in 1997 by doctoral students from Teachers College's Department of International and Transcultural Studies, CICE is grounded in a multifaceted conception of comparative education and addresses changes in world politics, economic markets and the social milieu as they effect education through the academic and practical experience of its readers and contributors.
- The Graduate Student Journal of Psychology is a peer-reviewed publication devoted to clinical and counseling psychological research and practice; articles are written and reviewed by graduate students in psychology.
- The Grapevine Online - Nutrition Newsletter are the print and virtual versions of the student-run quarterly publication put out by The Program in Nutrition within the Department of Health and Behavior Studies at Teachers College, Columbia University.
- The primary focus of the International Journal for the History of Mathematics Education will be the learning and teaching of mathematics in schools (primary and secondary grades as well as their functional equivalents), and hence the training of teachers for this instruction. Moreover, the institutional history of mathematics in higher education may be considered. All historical time periods and all cultures and nations are considered.
- The Working Papers in TESOL & Applied Linguistics journal is dedicated to publishing research in the fields of TESOL and Applied Linguistics. The journal publishes full-length articles dealing with language, language acquisition, language teaching, and language assessment. The journal particularly welcomes submissions in the following areas: second language acquisition, second language assessment, sociolinguistics, pragmatics, discourse analysis, second language instruction and second language teacher education. Reviews of books in these areas are also welcomed.