: Call for Papers

This call for papers is an invitation to mathematics education professionals, especially Teachers College students, alumni, and associates, to submit articles describing research, experiments, projects, innovations, or practices in mathematics education. The journal features full reports (approximately 3500 to 4500 words) and short reports (approximately 500 to 1500 words). Full reports describe findings from specific research, experiments, projects, innovations, or practices that contribute to advancing scholarly knowledge in mathematics education. Short reports (previously “Notes from the field”) provide examples, commentary, and/or dialogue about practices out in the field of mathematics education or mathematics teacher education; examples from classroom experience are encouraged. Although past issues of JMETC focused around a theme, authors are encouraged to submit articles related to any current topic in mathematics education, from which pertinent themes for future issues may be developed. Articles must not have been submitted to or accepted for publication elsewhere. All manuscripts must include an abstract (approximately 150 words in length) and keywords. Manuscripts should be composed in Miscrosoft Word and follow APA format. Guest editors will send submitted articles to the review panel and facilitate the blind peer-review process. Articles for consideration should be submitted online at http://www.tc.edu/jmetc, and are reviewed on a rolling basis; however, to be considered for the fall issue articles should be received by September 1st, 2017.