How can I become a contributor?
We are excited to launch the first annual nomination process for additional contributors. We anticipate welcoming a small number of new contributors who meet the same high standards our current contributors meet (i.e. an established record of publishing high-quality work related to education policy in top-tier journals). Nomination process is open until Friday, August 30th. Nominees will be reviewed by small panels of current contributors with expertise in specific disciplines. We anticipate announcing the new slate of contributors in late September.
If you are interested in becoming a new contributor to EdWorkingPapers, you can nominate yourself here.
Have these papers been peer-reviewed?
These papers are circulated prior to publication for comment and discussion and have not gone through peer-review processes. Papers can be updated to provide readers with the most up-to-date information.
How can I get on the biweekly round-up of new working papers?
You can complete a form here. Our distribution list never shared with outside organizations.
I’m a contributor. What papers can I post? If I post here, can I post this on another site?
This series is intended to be a collection of original pre-publication research (including pieces under review) that will be a source of new information to the field is welcome. You’re welcome to post papers here and at other working paper sites.
Whom do I contact if I need to fix something in the paper?
When you are logged in, you can simply upload the new draft, which will replace the old one.
Technical issues or question and comment?
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