Articles submitted for publication in the ATEA Journal should address the quality and scope of postsecondary technical education and related programs. The topics should be of interest to postsecondary technical educators
Since 1993, the Journal of Applied Research in the Community College (JARCC) has served the institutional research and planning professionals in community colleges. JARCC is a semi-annual peer-reviewed journal that features articles relating to the integration of research and theory to practice in community colleges. The journal provides an intellectual space to communicate innovative practices in applied research that supports educational and administrative decision-making at the institutional, state, and national levels.
The Community College Enterprise is a peer-reviewed research journal publishing original research that expands our knowledge about the structure and nature of teaching and learning within the community college arena. As a leading resource for researchers and educators, the journal publishes high-quality research that captures the cutting edge practices and techniques that currently define the community college experience.
New Directions for Community Colleges offers practical recommendations on current trends in the field of community college education. With fully indexed and self-contained edited volumes, New Directions for Community Colleges includes contributions from community college leaders and researchers through evidence-based and research-oriented accounts that shape policy and practice.
The Journal of Career and Technical Education is a non-profit, refereed, national publication of Omicron Tau Theta, the national, graduate honorary society of career and technical education. It is intended that JCTE serve as a forum for discussion of philosophy, theory, practice, and issues in career and technical education.
Community College Review publishes articles on all aspects of community college administration, education, and policy, both within the American higher education system as well as within the higher education systems of other countries that have similar tertiary institutions.
The journal is a multidisciplinary forum for researchers and practitioners in higher education and the behavioral and social sciences. It promotes an increased awareness of community college issues by providing an exchange of ideas, research, and empirically tested educational innovations.