IAP BOOK SERIES
International Education Inquiries: People, Places, and Perspectives of Education 2030
VisionInternational Education Inquiries is a book series dedicated to realizing the global vision of Education 2030a. This vision involves “ensuring inclusive and equitable quality education and promoting lifelong learning opportunities for all”. The founding editors seek to provide a forum for the diverse voices of scholars and practitioners from across the globe asking questions about transforming the vision of Education 2030 into a reality. Published chapters will reflect a variety of formats, free of methodological restrictions, involving disciplinary as well as interdisciplinary inquiries. We expect the series will be a leading forum for pioneers redefining the global discussion about the people, places and perspectives shaping Education 2030 outcomes.
Call for ChaptersThe initial call for papers will be made at the International Council on Education for Teaching (https://icet4u.org/) 62nd World Assembly, July 9-11, 2018, at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU), Laredo, Texas. The conference theme will be the theme of the first volume in the series: Teacher Education at the Edge: Expanding Access & Exploring Frontiers. Submissions are welcomed even if not presented at the conference. Manuscripts must contain a clear link to the Education 2030 agenda. In addition, each submission must include the names of two content experts who have agreed to review the manuscript. The Book Series Editor will also secure at least two reviewers for a comprehensive set of feedback, guaranteeing external peer-review in the publication process.
Education 2030 topics of interest include, but are not limited to
• Improving access to quality early childhood development, care and pre‑primary education
• Ensuring equal access for all women and men to affordable and quality education
• Increasing the number of youth and adults who have skills relevant for sustainable living and livelihoods
• Ensuring equal access for the vulnerable, including persons with disabilities, indigenous peoples and children in vulnerable situations
• Achieving levels of literacy and numeracy required to engage in communities and employment
• Acquiring the knowledge and skills needed to promote sustainable development, including,
o education for sustainable development and sustainable lifestyles,
o human rights,
o gender equality,
o promotion of a culture of peace and non-violence,
o global citizenship education and,
o the appreciation of cultural diversity and of culture’s contributions to sustainable development
• Providing safe, non-violent, inclusive and effective learning environments for all
• Recruiting, preparing, supporting and retaining quality teachers.
Tentative Schedule for Publication:
• Title Page and Abstract submissions due by 2018 August 1.
• Preliminary acceptance granted by 2018 August 15.
• Full chapter drafts due by 2018 October 1. Refereed Peer-Review Process begins within the week of full submission.
• Editorial decision of acceptance, acceptance with revisions or rejection by 2018 November 30.
• Page proofs by 2019 Spring.
• Anticipated publication in 2019 Summer in time for the International Council on Education for Teaching 63rd World Assembly.
Include the following information on the title page:
• Title of manuscript.
• Date of submission.
• Author’s/authors’ name(s), school/institutional affiliations, mailing address of the lead author including zip code, telephone and fax numbers, and e-mail address.
• Word count.
• The names and contact details of two content experts.
• Statement that the manuscript has neither been previously published nor is under consideration (in review or in press) by another publication. Manuscripts will NOT be reviewed without this statement. If a manuscript was previously published as an article or chapter, that information and appropriate copyright clearance and citation format must be provided for the manuscript to be considered.
• Electronic submissions required with Microsoft Word attachments
• Please use “IEI” in the subject line
• Send to email@example.com
• A definitive abstract of no more than 250 words.
• Running head with page number on all pages of the manuscript, including the title page, figures, and tables.
• Tables, figures, charts, vignettes, or representations of visual artifacts should be placed in text, if possible. Clarity and meaning should be the key determinants.
• Double space all text except tables, figures, or visuals.
• Maintain one-inch margins at top, bottom, and sides.
• Recommended length of no more than 12,000 words unless otherwise determined in consultation with the Editors.
• Manuscripts should include a one-paragraph author note of no more than 150 words for each author.
• We also ask that authors have their final chapters professionally proof‑read to avoid delays in the publishing process and provide evidence of having done so.
• Editorial style and reference must follow guidelines set in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association (6th ed., see www.apastyle.org), unless otherwise noted, as follows.
• The history of colonialism and hegemonic oppression includes renaming peoples, tribes, nations, and places. In an anti-colonial, anti-racist, indigenous positioning to reject this practice, the Editor requires full names with the initial introduction of people, as well as for all authors and editors, whenever available, in all references. This is a modification of APA 6th edition guidelines.
• Full names of authors and editors, as they appear on the work being cited, should be used in references.
Copyright and Permissions
International Education Inquiries
People, Places, and Perspectives of Education 2030 is copyrighted by Information Age Publishing Inc. All rights are reserved. No written or oral permission is required to reproduce an excerpt of fewer than 500 words, excluding tables, figures, and adaptations of tables and figures. Nor is permission necessary to make copies for free distribution in classroom use or internal distribution within your own institution. Copies must include a full and accurate bibliographic citation and the following credit line: “Copyright [year] Information Age Publishing Inc.; reproduced with permission from the Editor.” Written permission must be contained and provided to reproduce or reprint material in circumstances other than those just described. Forward requests for permission to the Editor.
Tonya Huber, PhD, Professor
IEI Book Series Founding Editor
Texas A&M International University
College of Education
KLM 432, 5201 University Blvd.
Laredo, TX 78041
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