Academic Publishing Partnership Program In Urban Education & Black Studies
The Urban Education and Black Studies Academic Publishing Partnership Program at Information Age Publishing (http://www.infoagepub.com) is designed to collaborate with Schools, Colleges and Departments of Education and related educational entities to produce and disseminate high-quality academic books in the field of urban education and Black studies. This program is beneficial in three primary ways for educational organizations: (a) provides an academic publishing outlet with an established academic publisher to disseminate research of stakeholders within the organization; (b) provides a mentorship program for established and emerging scholars in developing high-quality academic books; and (c) provides a dissemination outlet for stakeholders producing cutting-edge research for course adoptions and related events. The Academic Publishing Program will have, at a minimum, the following components to ensure success: (a) commitment from a senior-level administrator to the publishing program as a viable dissemination outlet for stakeholders; (b) commitment from experienced and emerging scholars to produce high-quality books under the guidance of the Director of the Academic Publishing Program at Information Age Publishing and (c) commit to a minimum number of copies for dissemination either through our purchasing program or course adoption.
For more information, please contact our Director of Academic Publishing Partnership Program in Urban Education and Black Studies:
Chance W. Lewis, Ph.D.
Carol Grotnes Belk Distinguished Professor of Urban Education
Director, The Urban Education Collaborative
Provost Faculty Fellow for Diversity, Inclusion and Access
University of North Carolina at Charlotte
Phone: (704) 659-6842
FAX: (866) 370-2642