Aim and Scope: Thresholds in Education, now an open access online scholarly journal, is dedicated to the philosophical exploration of programmatic, pedagogical, and curricular renovation as well as new education inquiries, theories, and viewpoints. Thresholds is a space for authors to engage the philosophical method not only to provide constructive critique of extant policy and practice in education but also to explore fresh ideas and viewpoints that will lay the foundation for innovative and critically oriented schools of the future.
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Thresholds Foundation Board of Directors:
Dr. Kerry Burch, Northern Illinois University, Executive Editor
Dr. Patrick Roberts, Northern Illinois University
Dr. Teresa Wasonga, Northern Illinois University
Dr. Kelly Summers, Northern Illinois University
Patricia Kee, Northern Illinois University
Kerry T. Burch, Northern Illinois University
John Petrovic, University of Alabama
Eric C. Sheffield, Western Illinois University
New Call for Proposals!
Teaching in the Age of Racial & Ethnic Diversity: The Implications of Perspectives, Preparation, and Pedagogy
Guest Editors: Denise P. Reid, Biola University & Gary A. Homan, Towson University
Upcoming Issue (Fall 2019): What the Binaries can(not) Hold: Exploring the Possibilities of Intersectional Praxis as Gender Liberation in Higher Education
Guest Editors: Chase Catalano, Western Illinois University; T. J. Jourian, Oakland University; Rachel Wagner, Clemson University