NCRVE in the News: You Read It Here First!

We've been enjoying quite a bit of press in educational publications in recent months. David Stern, NCRVE's Director, is quoted in California Educator, Education Week, and Techniques on topics such as the World Wide Web's influence on student businesses, evaluation of a school reform network, and the rationale behind the school-to-work movement. His report, School-to-Work Policy Insights from Recent International Developments, has been reviewed in a number of educational publications, including School-to-Work Report, Career Pathways Report, and School-to-Work Reporter. You may have also seen other recent NCRVE products featured, such as the all aspects of the industry report (MDS-885), our training package Getting to Work, and the just-released School-to-Work for the College Bound. Just remember--you read about it here first!

Call for Articles for Special Postsecondary Issue of the Journal of Vocational Education Research

The Journal of Vocational Education Research (JVER) is currently soliciting manuscripts for a special theme issue on postsecondary vocational-technical education to be published in Spring 1998. To be considered, manuscripts must be submitted no later than September 1, 1997. Persons considering submitting manuscripts are encouraged to notify the guest editor for this special issue, Dr. Debra D. Bragg, Associate Editor JVER & Associate Professor, Community College Leadership, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, 347 Education Building, 1310 South Sixth Street, Champaign, IL 61820. Phone 217-333-0807, FAX 217-244-5632, and e-mail

JVER publishes refereed articles dealing with research and research-related topics in vocational education. Article submissions for this special issue of JVER should focus on a particular dimension of postsecondary vocational-technical education. Manuscripts accepted by JVER derive from a variety of conceptual and methodological bases. In particular, JVER encourages manuscripts that conform to the following: (1) empirically based manuscripts that report original research, either quantitative or qualitative, (2) reviews/synthesis of empirical and/or theoretical literature, (3) essays derived from original historical or philosophical research, (4) review of recently published books, and (5) rejoinders to articles that have been published in JVER.

Five copies of the manuscript should be submitted. Manuscripts range from 20 to 30 double-spaced pages, including tables and references. Text, references, and tables must be prepared according to the style in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, fourth edition, 1994. The title page should include the title of the article, and the name, identification, and mailing address of each author. Each manuscript must be accompanied by a ten-line abstract.

For general inquiries about publishing in the Journal of Vocational Education Research please contact Dr. Jay W. Rojewski, Editor and Associate Professor, Department of Occupational Studies, 629 Aderhold Hall, Athens, GA 30602.

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