J81135 D7 Educational Psychology & Administration

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Cabell's Commendable Journals - National FORUM Journals

Dr. William Allan Kritsonis, Editor-in-Chief,
NATIONAL FORUM JOURNALS

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J81135 D7 Educational Psychology & Administration

  1. 1. Doctoral FORUM: National Journal for Publishing & Mentoring Doctoral Student Research Cabell's Commendable Journal SUBMISSION PROCESS: Electronic and Postal Submission Accepted Via Online Portal www.nationalforum.com CONTACT INFORMATION: REVIEW PROCESS: William Allan Kritsonis, Editor-in-Chief Acceptance Rate: 15% Doctoral FORUM: National Journal for Invited Articles: 6-10% Publishing & Mentoring Doctoral Student Research Type of Review: Blind Review National FORUM Journals External Reviewers: 3+ 17603 Bending Post Drive In-House Reviewers: 3+ Houston, TX 77095 USA Time to Review: 1-2 months Reviewer’s Comments: Yes Phone: 281-550-5700 Email: williamkritsonis@yahoo.com Website: www.nationalforum.com PUBLICATION INFORMATION: MANUSCRIPT SPECIFICATION: Sponsor/Publisher: Manuscript Style: National FORUM Society of Educators / American Psychological Association, See National FORUM Journals Manuscript Guidelines Frequency of Issue: Manuscript Length: Continuously On-Line 16-20 Launch Date: Copies Required: Printed: 1997 3 Electronic: Reader: ISSN: Academics, Administrators Printed: 1559-2804 Electronic: TOPICS: Adult Career & Vocational; Higher Education; Tests, Measurement & Evaluation; Urban Education, Cultural / Non-Traditional: National Refereed Journal.
  2. 2. MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES/COMMENTS: The Doctoral FORUM: National Journal for Publishing and Mentoring Doctoral Student Research - Electronic has captured the attention of leaders from across the United States and abroad. The competition to publish at the national level remains fierce. To be published in the Doctoral FORUM-Electronic represents a major, professional, and personal accomplishment. The Doctoral FORUM: National Journal for Publishing and Mentoring Doctoral Student Research – Electronic publishes doctoral student research for PhD students, EdD students, dissertation research, and a broad spectrum of doctoral studies. The Doctoral FORUM features the work of PhD Students, EdD Students, and dissertation research dealing with a broad range of topics. Professors, theoreticians, dissertation chairs, deans, university administrators, researchers, practitioners, directors of research and service, chairpersons, curriculum and instruction specialists, school superintendents, principals, supervisors, classroom teachers, management consultants, facilitators, school board members, education policy persons, doctoral students, graduate students, community leaders, and many others represent the cosmopolitan readership of the Doctoral FORUM: National Journal for Publishing and Mentoring Doctoral Student Research. A function of the Doctoral FORUM–Electronic is to strengthen the established common bond among professors in higher education and practitioners in schools. The Doctoral FORUM– Electronic seeks to help maintain a healthy mutual respect and awareness of the roles, the problems, and the progress of doctoral studies in all appropriate settings. The National Forum Society of Educators helps the family of National FORUM Journals. Members’ names are published in each issue throughout the year. Becoming a member of the National Forum Society of Educators says you place value on financially supporting scholarly productivity in education. For detailed manuscript guidelines, visit the web site: http://www.nationalforum.com/

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