Carpenter, Vicki; Duhn, Iris
March 2011
New Zealand Journal of Educational Studies;2011, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
Academic Journal
In this article the authors describe the changes that are happening within the publication as of July 2011, explains the selection criteria for submitted pieces, and introduces some of the reports within the issue. It states that more submissions are coming in from outside New Zealand, and invites proposals for the upcoming "NZJES" Special Issue for 2012. It also explains how the political situation in the country is affecting education, and the publication's role in the same.


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