Posts by Stephanie McBride-Schreiner

Meeting people where they are: identity, diversity, and peer review

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“Identity in Peer Review”, is the theme of Peer Review Week 2021, a virtual community-led yearly global event during September 20-24. This thematic focus shines a light on the multifaceted role of identity in the peer review process and what is needed to foster more diverse, equitable, and inclusive peer review practices.

Shaping the future of learning, one publication at a time


How might educators, learning designers, and education leaders help to find the right solutions that will spur student engagement, inclusion, and success?

Calling all student editors and reviewers!


On hiatus since the fall of 2017, CIE is getting ready to relaunch in Spring of 2020. We are seeking students to serve on the editorial board

Teachers wanted: understanding and solving teacher shortages


Teacher shortages are a very serious problem with very serious consequences. How can we expect children to learn and achieve if they do not have constant, qualified teachers?

EPAA still going strong


Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA), MLFTC’s open access, trilingual journal of education policy, recently earned some high marks from its readers, authors, and reviewers.

A year in review: Education Policy Analysis Archives


2018 was a year of excellence for Education Policy Analysis Archives (EPAA/AAPE), the multilingual, peer-reviewed scholarly journal of education policy, published by the MLFTC.

Post-truth and education: true or false?


Fake news, alternative facts, misinformation … unless you’ve been stranded on a deserted island these past few years, these terms should sound all-too-familiar.

Do androids dream of teaching kids


Robots and robotics are mainstays of science fiction, and for many of us, belong to the somewhat distant realm of some futuristic societies that we read about in novels or watch on T.V. or in movies.

Publishing public scholarship


Tests, performance appraisals, evaluations, rankings, portfolios, surveys.  Assessments are a part of the fabric of U.S. society. Within education, standardized assessments play a key role in measuring students’ success in school, postgraduate studies, and career.