High School Journal
DESCRIPTIONThe High School Journal publishes research, scholarship, essays, and reviews that critically examine the broad and complex field of secondary education. Founded in 1918, it is one of the oldest peer-reviewed academic journals in education.The journal is managed by students and faculty in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is published quarterly by the University of North Carolina Press.
Frequency: Bi-monthly: October/November, December/January, February/March, April/May
Size 7" x 10", average length 80 pages
Bibliographic information: ISSN: 0018-1498
Subscribers: Secondary school teachers and administrators; teacher educators.
Subscriptions: Volume 96, 2012-2013
Individuals (US) 1 yr: $39.00
Institutions (US) 1 yr: $66.00
Individuals (US) 3 yrs: $111.15
Institutions (US) 3 yr: $188.10
Individuals (non-US) 1 yr: $71.00
Institutions (non-US) 1 yr: $98.00
Individuals (non-US) 3 yr: $207.15
Institutions (non-US) 3 yr: $284.10
Sample issues: Sent upon request to libraries, based on available stock.
Back issues: Most recent five volumes available from publisher.
Online Access: Is available online from Project Muse.
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