The Journal of Educational Research and Practice provides a forum for studies and dialogue about developments and change in the field of education and learning. The journal includes research and related content that examine current relevant educational issues and processes. The aim is to provide readers with knowledge and strategies to use that knowledge in educational or learning environments. JERAP focuses on education at all levels and in any setting, and includes peer-reviewed research reports, commentaries, book reviews, interviews of prominent individuals, and additional content.
Professional Development as a Process of Cultural Brokering: Positioning Coaches as Cultural Brokers
Tasha R. Wyatt, E. Brook Chapman de Sousa, and Sarah C. Mendenhall
Dissertation Completion: Higher Education’s Invisible Problem
Sarah M. Marshall, Barbara Klocko, and Jillian Davidson
Professional Development and Educational Policy: A Comparison of Two Fields in Education
Linda E. Martin, Sherry Kragler, and Denise Frazier
Home as Workplace: A Qualitative Case Study of Online Faculty Using Photovoice
Lee Stadtlander, Amy Sickel, Lori LaCivita, and Martha Giles
A World Apart: How Distance Education Can Effectively Reach Around the Globe
Joseph J. Frantiska Jr.
Three Perspectives of Planning, Implementation, and Consistency in Instructional Coaching
Judith Tanner, Lisa Quintis, and Thomas Gamboa Jr.