Member Journals


The Sage Education Collection 

This database includes the full text of 22 journals published by SAGE and participating societies, encompassing over 7,000 articles and up to 36 years of back files. UCEA members have access to these journals through this collection at no charge.

The journals listed below are immediately available to you today:

Active Learning in Higher Education
Adult Education Quarterly
American Educational Research Journal
Arts and Humanities in Higher Education
Assessment for Effective Intervention
Canadian Journal of School Psychology
Communication Disorders Quarterly
Community College Review
Education and Urban Society
Education, Citizenship and Social Justice
Educational Policy
Educational Administration Quarterly
Educational and Psychological Measurement
Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis
Educational Management Administration & Leadership
Educational Researcher
European Physical Education Review
Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities
Gifted Child Quarterly
Improving Schools
International Journal of Music Education
Intervention in School and Clinic Journal of Cases in Educational Leadership
Journal of Disability Policy Studies
Journal of Educational and Behavioral Statistics
Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders
Journal of Hispanic Higher Education
Journal of Learning Disabilities
Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions
Journal of Early Childhood Literacy
Journal of Early Childhood Research
Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment
Journal of Research in International Education
Journal of Studies in International Education
Journal of Teacher Education
Journal of Transformative Education
Management in Education
NASSP Bulletin
Psychology of Music
Rehabilitation Counseling Bulletin
Remedial and Special Education
Research Studies in Music Education
Review of Educational Research
Review of Research in Education
School Psychology International
The Journal of Special Education
Theory and Research in Education
Topics in Early Childhood Education
Urban Education
Word of Mouth