Journal of Teacher Education

Journal of Teacher Education CoverThe Journal of Teacher Education (JTE), the official journal of AACTE, has been a leading voice in the field of teacher preparation for more than 65 years and is one of the most widely read professional journals in the field. JTE's five peer-reviewed issues per volume year contain thematic and general interest articles as well as editorials and commentaries. Its content focuses on policy, practice, and research that contribute to teacher preparation as a field of inquiry along numerous themes, including accreditation, assessment and evaluation, extended programs, teacher educators, student teaching, and others.

For details about manuscript submission, subscriptions, and advertising, visit the journal's web site at http://journals.sagepub.com/home/jte. Supplemental material such as author interviews and editorial highlights can be found in the “JTE Insider” blog maintained by the editorial team.

About the JTE Editorial Team

In January 2015, AACTE named Michigan State University's College of Education as the incoming editorial host of the Journal of Teacher Education. Commencing with Volume 67, Issue 1 (January/February 2016), the journal is led by a team of three coeditors—Dorinda Carter Andrews, Robert Floden, and Gail Richmond—and five associate editors—Tonya Bartell, Corey Drake, Cynthia Okolo, Django Paris, and Kristy Cooper Stein. The team is supported by Assistant Editor David Stroupe and Graduate Assistants Bernadette Castillo and Eli Kean.

Coeditors

Dorinda Carter Andrews
Robert Floden
Gail Richmond

Associate Editors

Tonya Bartell
Corey Drake
Cynthia Okolo
Django Paris
Kristy Cooper Stein

Assistant Editor

David Stroupe

Graduate Assistants

Bernadette Castillo
Eli Kean

Contact the editors by e-mail at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and at Journal of Teacher Education, 134 Erickson Hall,
College of Education, Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI 48824-1034. E-mail is their preferred method of communication.

JTE Editorial Aims and Scopes

The editors aim to achieve a strategic balance among the areas of preservice and in-service teacher education practice, policy, and research, bringing those areas to bear on one another in challenging and productive ways. They offer a forum for diverse work of teacher education researchers (university and non-university based), teacher education practitioners (e.g., university, state, district, community college), and policy makers at all levels. Linking research and practice is paramount in their vision for the JTE.

The mission of the Journal of Teacher Education, the flagship journal of AACTE, is to serve as a research forum for a diverse group of scholars who are invested in the preparation and continued support of teachers and who can have a significant voice in discussions and decision-making around issues of teacher education. One of the fundamental goals of the journal is the use of evidence from rigorous investigation to identify and address the increasingly complex issues confronting teacher education at the national and global levels. These issues include but are not limited to preparing teachers to effectively address the needs of marginalized youth, their families and communities; program design and impact; selection, recruitment, and retention of teachers from underrepresented groups; local and national policy; accountability; and routes to certification.

JTE does not publish book reviews, program evaluations, or articles solely describing programs, program components, courses, or personal experiences.

JTE Editorial Board

In addition to the editorial team at Michigan State University, the Journal of Teacher Education is supported by hundreds of peer-review volunteers in the field. Official oversight is provided by the AACTE Committee on Research and Dissemination, which serves as the journal's editorial board:

  • Mistilina Sato (chair), University of Minnesota, Twin Cities
  • Michael Sampson (board liaison), St. John's University
  • Ali Borjian, San Francisco State University
  • Beverly Cross, University of Memphis
  • Benjamin Dotger, Syracuse University
  • Ellen McIntyre, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

JTE Board of Reviewers

  • Audrey Amrein-Beardsley, Arizona State University
  • Alfredo Artiles, Arizona State University
  • Jeff Bale, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education Curriculum, Teaching, and Learning
  • Steven Bickmore, Louisiana State University
  • Erica Boling, Rutgers University
  • Bryan Brayboy, Arizona State University
  • Christine Cho, Nipissing University
  • Ruth Chung, Stanford University
  • Sarah Clark, Utah State University
  • Renee Clift, University of Arizona
  • Margaret Crocco, Michigan State University
  • Nancy Dana, University of Florida
  • Christopher Day, University of Nottingham
  • Alyssa Dunn, Michigan State University
  • Jessica Early, Arizona State University
  • Ralph Ferretti, University of Delaware
  • Janet Gaffney, University of Auckland
  • H. Alix Gallagher, SRI International
  • Gary Galluzzo, George Mason University
  • Kristin Gansle, Louisiana State University
  • Geneva Gay, University of Washington
  • Drew Gitomer, Rutgers University
  • Thomas Good, University of Arizona
  • Ye He, University of North Carolina at Greensboro
  • Gary Henry, Vanderbilt University
  • Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Michigan State University
  • David Imig, University of Maryland
  • Amanda Jansen, University of Delaware
  • Nathan Jones, Boston University
  • Stephanie Jones, University of Georgia
  • Catherine Lewis, Mills College
  • Tamara Lucas, Montclair State University
  • Thomas Luschei, Claremont Graduate University
  • Jennifer Mueller, University of Wisconsin – Milwaukee
  • Frank Murray, University of Delaware
  • Rachel Pinnow, University of Missouri
  • Judi Randi, University of New Haven
  • Maria Araceli Ruiz-Primo, University of Colorado Denver
  • Rossella Santagata, University of California Irvine
  • Gale Seiler, McGill University
  • Peter Smagorinsky, University of Georgia
  • Jennifer Snow, Boise State University
  • Jesse Solomon, Boston Plan for Excellence
  • Randi Stanulis, Michigan State University
  • Lisa Stevens, Boston College
  • Jeremy Stoddard, College of William and Mary
  • Jessica Thompson, University of Washington
  • Jan Van Driel, Leiden University
  • Chezare Warren, Michigan State University
  • Karl Wheatley, Cleveland State University
  • Suzanne Wilson, University of Connecticut
  • Theo Wubbels, Utrecht University
  • Diane Yendol-Hoppey, University of South Florida
  • Peter Youngs, University of Virginia