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Submissions should address sociopolitical, economic, cultural, and/or organizational issues in education. TxEd is currently accepting open call submissions.

Special Issues

Upcoming Special Issue: Policy and Advocacy for Educational Justice in Texas’ 87th legislature.

Upcoming Special Issue: Politics of Liberation, Papers from the Permanent Seminar on Filosofía de la Liberación. Coming Fall 21/Spring 22.

This issue brings together scholars from across Abya Yala/Turtle Island/the Americas to discuss the political theory of the most important thinker of our time, against our time, and for a different time. The seminar on which this issue is based spent from February to June of this year reading and discussing the first volume in a trilogy written by Enrique Dussel, Política de la Liberación (2007). The authors presented here each presented a paper at the biweekly meetings of the seminar, and it is those papers that we have collected for this special issue. Our intent with the issue is to provide an introduction to a politics that once and for all deconstructs/destructs the Eurocentric foundation of modernity. Additionally, the introduction to the special issue discusses the core categories of Dusselian thought so that those not familiar with filosofía de la liberación might get a foothold in a discourse that is the foundation of an emerging, global movement.

Current Issue

We are pleased to announce the publication of Volume 9, Issue 1 of the Texas Education Review.

This issue contains three manuscripts, including: a quantitative analysis on recent trends for special education identification rates in urban and rural Texas school districts (Simmons, Shin, & Sharp); a critical quantitative examination of patterns in student endorsement enrollment in the state of Texas (Adamuti-Trache, Zhang, & Hagedorn); and a critical qualitative analysis of student and faculty experience with concealed carry gun policy at the University of Texas at Austin (Butters).

In addition to these articles, this issue features one editorial, which centers one educator’s personal reflections on conservative reactions to the New York Times’ 1619 project in the context of the Black Lives Matter movement (Bridgeforth).