Letter from CEA and the Journal Editor

Justice, Denise; Steurer, Stephen J.; Dowdell, John J.
September 2008
Journal of Correctional Education;Sep2008, Vol. 59 Issue 3, p192
Academic Journal
The article offers updates related to the "Journal of Correctional Education." Every June, the journal publishes a "Special Topics" issue which focuses on the importance of correctional education and aims to invite research and writing on the topic. The Correctional Education Association (CEA) Publication Committee has already approved topics to be published in the "Special Topics" issue for the next three years, including the jail and community correction initiatives in correctional education and graduate student contributions to correctional education. The journal and CEA staff will also be conducting manuscript review and publication fees for members and non-CEA members effective October 1, 2008.


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