Journal of Educational Controversy

WWU's Woodring College of Education has issued a call for papers for Vol. 15 of the Journal of Educational Controversy. 

Theme: Teaching for Social Justice in a Highly Politicized Historical Moment

Controversy Addressed: As the nation begins to reckon with its racial…

Vanessa Hernandez, a Seattle area lawyer, will present “Speech and Protest in Public Schools” at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 31 in Miller Hall room 005 on Western’s campus.

This presentation will be a part of the the 19th Annual Educational Law and Social Justice Forum sponsored by the Journal…

The special issue on “Black Lives Matter and the Education Industrial Complex”  is now online at the Journal of Educational Controversy.  Here is a direct link:  https://cedar.wwu.edu/jec/vol12/iss1/   We invite papers that continue the conversation for our…

Evelyn Wright, associate professor Emeritus of the English Department at Western Washington University and the associate editor of Western’s Journal of Educational Controversy, passed away on Sept. 22.  A memorial service for her will be held on Saturday, Nov. 4 at 1 p.m., followed by…

The 18th Annual Educational Law and Social Justice Forum will host authors who have contributed to the Journal of Educational Controversy and share their current thinking and research about some of the most pressing educational challenges at 4-6 p.m. on Thursday, April 21, in Miller Hall Room…

Mark I. Greenberg, dean of Libraries at Western Washington University, had his article “Open Access Publishing in Higher Education: Charting the Challenging Course to Academic and Financial Sustainability,” published in the Journal of Educational Controversy.

Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education will present the 17th annual Educational Law and Social Justice Forum from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 6, in the Miller Hall Collaborative Space on Western Washington University’s Bellingham campus.

The theme…

Western Washington University’s Woodring College of Education will present the 17th annual Educational Law and Social Justice Forum from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m., Wednesday, May 6, in the Miller Hall Collaborative Space on Western Washington University’s Bellingham campus.

The theme…

Woodring College of Education's new issue of the Journal of Educational Controversy on the topic “Who Defines the Public in Public Education” is now online.

The issue includes an article by Curtis Acosta, the teacher whose Mexican American Curriculum was banned in Arizona…

Lorraine Kasprisin, a professor of secondary education at Woodring College of Education and editor of the Journal of Educational Controversy, offers her personal reflections on the speech Martin Luther King, Jr. delivered at her college commencement in 1963 in a recent blog post for the…

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