American Educator submission guidelines and market information

American Educator



American Educator Submission Guidelines

Submission Address

American Federation of Teachers
555 New Jersey Ave.
Washington DC 20001

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From the American Educator guidelines:

We are interested in a wide range of articles on curriculum and instruction; social and emotional development; the science of how students learn; the high school to college transition; history, civics, and democracy; diversifying the teaching profession and the professoriate; confronting bias in schools and on college campuses; supporting teacher professionalism and protecting academic freedom, among other educational topics and trends. We also welcome articles on international affairs and labor issues of interest to teachers and professors as AFT members. 

Submission Guidelines Details for American Educator

Market Type: Magazine

Contact: Ruth Wattenberg, editor

Accepts: Book Excerpts, Education, Essays, Historical, Interviews, Profiles

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Updated August 14, 2020