The High School Journal

About HSJ

The High School Journal publishes research, scholarship, essays, and reviews that critically examine the broad and complex field of secondary education.  Founded in 1918, it is one of the oldest peer-reviewed academic journals in education.  The journal is managed by students and faculty in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is published quarterly by the University of North Carolina Press.

Managing Editor:
Summer Pennell

Associate Editors:
Stephanie Konle and Hillary Parkhouse

Editorial Board:
Elizabeth Barrow
Domonique Bulls
Sarah Byrne Bausell
Torrie Edwards
Tommy Ender
Jamie Kudlats
Alison LaGarry
Jackie Lawrence
Christoph Stutts
John Wachen

Faculty Editor:
Madeleine Grumet

Editor Emeritus:
Gerald Unks

National Board:

Catherine Cornbleth
University of Buffalo

Mark Ellis
California State University, Fullerton

Michelle Fine
City University of New York

Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez
University of Toronto

Beverly Gordon
The Ohio State University

Nancy Lesko
Teachers College, Columbia University

Janet Miller
Teachers College, Columbia University

Sherry Southerland
Florida State University

Tom Vander Ark
Vander Ark/Ratcliff

Advisory Board:

Kate Allman
Duke University

Lilia Bartolomé
University of Massachusetts Boston

Roderick L. Carey
University of Pittsburgh

Zan Crowder
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Josh Diem
University of Miami

Jeremy Hilburn
University of North Carolina at Wilmington

Sherick Hughes
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Jennifer Job
Oklahoma State University

Margarita Machado-Casas
University of Texas at San Antonio

Scott A. Morrison
Elon University

Enrique Murillo
California State University, San Bernardino

Paula Groves Price
Washington State University

Brandon Sams
Auburn University

Meredith N. Sinclair
Southern Connecticut State University

Luis Urrieta
University of Texas at Austin