National Teacher Education Journal

About

The NTE Journal

The National Teacher Education Journal is a nationally refereed journal designed for educators in K-12 as well as community college and university programs that train aspiring educators. The goal of the National Teacher Education Journal is to share educational research or innovative techniques from many different educational disciplines of education within the United States of America and the rest of the world. The journal has published between 2010-2018.  The current acceptance rate is 67%(12/29/2018).


The journal stopped publication in December, 2018. 


Journal History:  Initially started as the Southeastern Teacher Education Journal in the Fall of 2008, the journal immediately took on a more national following.  In the Fall of 2010, the journal name was changed to the National Teacher Education Journal  to reflect a more national impact in the field of education.  



The journal stopped publication in December, 2018.  



EBSCO HOST:  The NTE Journal has a partnership with EBSCO HOST. This partnership means that issues of the National Teacher Education Journal are sent electronically to EBSCO HOST and uploaded approximately 9-12 months after publication. Journals are uploaded to the EBSCO HOST "RESEARCH EDUCATION COMPLETE" search engine. It is important to note that the NTE Journal does not control the timing of uploads to the EBSCO HOST site which can take more than a year.


Cabell's Directory:  The NTE JOURNAL has been listed in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities since November of 2011.  

Submissions & Format

Note: The format requirements for manuscripts submitted for review may differ from the final format of a published manuscript.  Below are the directions for submitting manuscripts for review.  

  

FORMAT
It is important to follow format guidelines.  Failure to follow format guidelines will result in the manuscript not being reviewed.  


  • Your manuscript should be single-spaced. The first page is the only page that includes a one-column format.  For submission purposes, the first page should only include the following in 12 font unless otherwise noted: Title of manuscript (22 font) author(s), abstract, keywords, and about the authors. "About the authors" should only include 2-4 lines about each author (ex: John or Jane Doe is an Associate Professor at....). It's important to note that none of the body of the manuscript will be placed on the first page (for review purposes). After the first page (one-column format), the pages that follow should be in two-column format. Graphs, tables, charts or pictures are the only exception within the body of the manuscript that may be placed in an one-column format. However, if spacing for graphs, tables, charts or pictures is more appropriate in a two-column format, this can be allowed (at the discretion of the editor). Your submitted manuscript  should be unnumbered and left-adjusted between the margins. Your paper should be in 12 point font except for the title of the manuscript which is in 22 font (New Times Roman is preferred).  Acknowledgements: You may include acknowledgements at the end of the body of the paper before the references.

Abstracts 

  • Abstracts are listed on the first page after the manuscript title (22 font) and authors names.  Abstracts should be 75-150 words in length. Skip 2 lines before and after abstract .
  • After the abstract:   List your keywords and "about the authors".  Once you do this, you are finished with the first page.  The body of the manuscript will begin on page 2.

HEADINGS:


Submitted manuscripts should only use sectional headings. Do not use footers or headers.  Leave 1 line blank above and 1 line blank below the headings. If a heading is directly followed by a subheading leave a blank line between the heading and subheading.  As previously mentioned, the body of the document should be left-justified.


NUMBERING, HEADERS, or FOOTERS:
Submissions should not have any numbers, headers, or footers.  

To EMAIL your manuscript for review, you may email the editor at : editor@ntejournal.com.  

Editor/Disclaimer

  • Dr. Matthew Boggan, Editor, Professor at Georgia Gwinnett College (University System of Georgia)

NOTE:   Opinions expressed in the NTE Journal are not necessarily the opinions of the editor or the review board. 

Journal ISSN



Journal ISSN (International Standard Serial Number)# 1945-3744


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Questions?

Contact the Editor

editor@ntejournal.com


Please note that the editor may not answer your email immediately, but will attempt to answer emails within a week of receiving your email.  


Thank you ahead of time for your patience.