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Current Issues in Comparative Education

CALL FOR PAPERS

Current Issues in Comparative Education

Second Open Theme Edition
Volume 20, Issue 1, Fall 2017

 

Over the past 20 years, Current Issues in Comparative Education (CICE) has positioned itself as a leading, open access journal in the field of comparative and international education. Established in the fall of 1998, CICE is the oldest open, student-led journal in the field and has worked earnestly to provide a welcoming space for timely empirical research and discussions. Each of these issues has had a specific theme or focus for the given set of articles—from the very first Are NGOs Overrated? issue, to the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Comparative and International Education Society issue, and even the most recent Spring 2017 issue: Economics of Education in China.

Our open-theme issue strategy was introduced in the fall of 2016. The new structure of the journal will have an open themed issue published in the fall and a special theme released in the spring. The new open-theme strategy is intended to emphasize and welcome a larger space for diverse disciplines and timely discussions in the field of comparative and international education.

For Fall 2017, the CICE editorial board would like to welcome you to submit your work for the upcoming open theme issue: Volume 20, Issue 1. In this open-theme issue, CICE welcomes submissions written on any subject in the field of comparative and international education or in other related disciplines, including, sociology, economics, philosophy, history, anthropology, and political science.


The Call for Fall 2017 Submissions is now Closed.  

 

Manuscript Submissions

Submissions are not restricted to scholars in the field of CIE and we welcome submissions from other disciplines (e.g. anthropology, history, philosophy, political science, sociology, economics). 

If you are interested in submitting a manuscript, please read CICE's Submission Guidelines by clicking here. All manuscripts and any questions/comments should be submitted to: cice@tc.columbia.edu. Failure to adhere to the guidelines may result in your manuscript not receiving proper consideration.  

CICE (tc.columbia.edu/cice) is an open-access online academic journal from Columbia University’s Teachers College that seeks clear and significant contributions that further debate on educational policies and comparative studies in international contexts. We publish articles from teachers, administrators, professors, graduate students, policy-makers, and education specialists from governmental and non-governmental organizations. Thus, we welcome responses and insights from various perspectives to the topic presented above. 

All submissions must be in Word format (“.doc”, “.rtf”, or “.txt” files) and uncompressed (i.e. not “.zip”, “.bin”, etc.). Authors are encouraged to submit original articles no longer than 4000 to 5000 words in length, including an abstract of between 100-150 words, footnotes, and references in APA format as email attachments to cice@tc.columbia.edu.

 

CICE (tc.columbia.edu/cice) is an open-access online academic journal from Columbia University's Teachers College that seeks clear and significant contributions that further debate on educational policies and comparative studies in international contexts. We publish articles from teachers, administrators, professors, graduate students, policy-makers, and education specialists from governmental and non-governmental organizations. Thus, we welcome responses and insights from various perspectives to the topic presented above.

All submissions must be in Word format (".doc", ".rtf", or ".txt" files) and uncompressed (i.e. not ".zip", ".bin", etc.). Authors are encouraged to submit original articles no longer than 4000 to 5000 words in length, including an abstract of between 100-150 words, footnotes, and references in APA format as email attachments to cice@tc.columbia.edu.