About the New Zealand Annual Review of Education
Manuscripts from a range of theoretical perspectives and methodologies are welcome. Articles submitted should be original, normally between 5,000 to 6,000 words, excluding references. They should follow APA conventions. An abstract of up to 150 words should be included, as well as an up-to-100 word biographical statement for each author.
Articles should not be under consideration by any other journal, or have been previously published elsewhere.
All articles submitted will have an initial editorial screening and then undergo blind peer reviewing by up to three reviewers.
Joanna Higgins, Victoria University of Wellington
Sue Cherrington, Victoria University of Wellington
Carmen Dalli, Victoria University of Wellington
Mere Berryman, Waikato University
Russell Bishop, Waikato University
Bronwyn Cowie, Waikato University
Iris Duhn, Monash University, Australia
Cedric Hall, Victoria University of Wellington
Hugh Lauder, University of Bath, Uk
John Loughran, Monash University, Australia
Angus Macfarlane, University of Canterbury
Stephen May, University of Auckland
Luanna Meyer, Victoria University of Wellington
Ross Notman, University of Otago
Wally Penetito, University of Canterbury
Jenny Ritchie, Victoria University of Wellington
Kabini Sanga, Victoria University of Wellington
Christine Sleeter, California State University Monterey Bay
Ken Stevens, Victoria University of Wellington
Rob Strathdee, Victoria University, Australia
Martin Thrupp, Waikato University
Cathy Wylie, New Zealand Council for Educational Research
Each issue will be posted on the website. NZAROE will continue to retain copyright of articles published, in both the hard copy and the on-line versions, but gives authors full permission to deposit their articles in publicly accessible institutional repositories, providing that:
- all such copies are supplied, on request, by the editor of the NZAROE in a common format.
- the publicly available metadata for the material in the Institutional Repository must include:
- a statement attributing copyright to the New Zealand Annual Review of Education (NZAROE), and
- this website.