Research for Action
The Educational Justice Journal is a peer-reviewed, subscription-based publication borne of the need for a central resource for literature focused on addressing inequity in education.
The inaugural issue is scheduled for publication in December 2020, with regular semiannual publishing thereafter.
EJJ will soon be inviting papers for publication for Volume 2. Submissions are welcome on topics related to K-12, higher education, trade and vocational schools, community-based education, and international trends of education.
Call for papers to be announced.
Review the latest articles from the Winter Issue of the Educational Justice Journal.
The racial and gender biases that women of color endure in educational leadership are more prevalent than most realize. Women of color who serve in
The purpose of this article was to explore effective strategies for discussing social unrest within sport management classrooms. The authors explored the intersection of sport
The EJJ Editorial Board reflects the diversity of lived experiences, expertise, and discipline focus we aim to promote in our publication.
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Abstract This article discusses children and youth who, due to conditions over which they have little or no control, face odds that lead to disparate
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