Message de la rédaction en chef de History of Education Quarterly
The editors of HEQ also encourage related histories from outside the United States. Although these two particular calls for proposals are related to U.S. laws, the broader topics that they address—education for students with disabilities, and the politics of language in schooling—are important topics around the globe. Readers of HEQ have much to learn from studies that explore these issues outside the context of the United States.
Les rédacteurs de HEQ encouragent également les histoires connexes provenant de l’extérieur des États-Unis. Bien que ces deux appels à contributions soient liés à des lois étatsuniennes, les thèmes plus larges qu’ils abordent – l’éducation des étudiants handicapés et la politique de la langue à l’école – sont des sujets importants dans le monde entier. Les lecteurs de HEQ ont beaucoup à apprendre d’articles qui étudient ces questions dans un autre contexte que celui des États-Unis.
Voir les appels à contribution :
Call for Papers on the 50th Anniversary of the Education for All Handicapped Children Act of 1975 (reauthorized as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act)
History of Education Quarterly seeks submissions for a forthcoming special issue on the 50th anniversary of Congress’s Education for All Handicapped Children Act, signed into law in 1975. Reauthorized in 1990 as the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act, this landmark legislation continues to guarantee a free and appropriate education to all school-age children.
The HEQ editors invite submissions that explore the history of education for students with disabilities (SWD), including but not limited to:
- Early efforts to establish rights for SWD
- The legal history of EAHCA and IDEA
- Historical case studies of schooling for SWD
- Global and comparative histories of education for SWD
- Efforts to roll back protections for SWD, including efforts to undermine IDEA
To be considered for this issue, manuscripts must be submitted no later than January 1, 2024. Papers that are not selected for the special issue will still be given careful consideration for future issues of History of Education Quarterly.
For information about History of Education Quarterly, please visit the journal’s website: https://www.cambridge.org/core/journals/history-of-education-quarterly
For more information about this call for papers, please contact Kim Tolley.
History of Education Quarterly Call for papers on the History of Second-language Learning
History of Education Quarterly seeks submissions addressing the 50th anniversary of Congress’s Equal Educational Opportunities Act, signed into law in 1974. In mandating that all schools receiving federal funds accommodate students regardless of English language proficiency, the law established important rights for emerging bilingual students and paved the way for future legislation addressing the needs of linguistically minoritized young people.
The HEQ editors invite submissions that explore the history of education for non-native speakers, including but not limited to:
- Early policies addressing instruction in languages other than English
- The intersection of race and language in U.S. schools
- Activism in defense of the rights of linguistically minoritized students
- National and international studies of language politics in state-supported schools
- Contestation over the education of undocumented students
- Issues of curriculum and instruction as they relate to English language acquisition
To be included in Volume 64 (2024), submissions must be received no later than December 31, 2023. Papers that do not meet the deadline for Volume 64 will still be given careful consideration for future volumes of History of Education Quarterly.
Contact Info: Kim Tolley, Managing Editor, History of Education Quarterly