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UCEA Review Current Issue – Volume 61 Number3 , Fall 2020 (2.1 MB)

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About The UCEA Review

The UCEA Review, the newsletter of the consortium, has been published continuously in the winter, summer and fall since 1959. It serves as a source of information and news, and a place where program innovations are shared and critical questions are raised. Members use the review for debate, to share opinions and to engage the educational administration community in conversation and debate. It is distributed not only to member institution professors, but graduate students in the field, educational administration faculty at non-UCEA universities, and interested colleagues and associations all over the world. It is available in print and electronic formats. 

Juan Manuel Niño (University of Texas at San Antonio) and Miriam Ezzani (Texas Christian University) are Feature Editors of the Review. If you have suggestions for the Review or ideas for substantive feature articles, they would be happy to hear from you. Articles submitted for consideration should be mailed directly to the Features Editors and should be approximately 2,000 to 3,000 words in length.

Features Editors:
Juan Manuel Niño
University of Texas at San Antonio
juan.nino@utsa.edu

Miriam Ezzani
Texas Christian University 
m.d.ezzani@tcu.edu

Managing Editor:
Jennifer E. Cook
UCEA
jenniferellencook@yahoo.com

Interview Editor:
Alyson Honsa
University of Washington
ahonsa@uw.edu

Point/Counterpoint Editor:
Johanna Hanley
University of Georgia
johanna.hanley@uga.edu

Innovative Programs Editor:
Grace J. Liang
Kansas State University
gliang15@ksu.edu

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The Content of the UCEA Review is not peer reviewed and any opinions printed in the Review should not be viewed as a statement by UCEA, UCEA Executive Board members, UCEA member institutions or UCEA faculty. The opinions expressed are those of the authors alone.