Journal of Curriculum and Supervision
The Journal of Curriculum and Supervision is a refereed scholarly journal that reflectively examines, informs, and debates curriculum and supervision practices and related policy issues four times per year. The Journal publishes articles that address practical, theoretical, or speculative topics related to these practices or policies in curriculum and supervision. Highest priority is given manuscripts dealing with comprehensive, holistic, or interactive views embedded in a thorough treatment of related scholarship and the historical context. Studies using a wide variety of appropriate research methods are accepted for publication in the Journal, including interpretive, empirical, historical, critical, and analytic.