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College of Education
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1114 Mid-Campus Drive North
Kansas State University
Manhattan, KS 66506

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Publications

Connections

Published annually, this magazine showcases the people and the innovative programs that have built a national reputation for both its teacher preparation and graduate programs.

Before the Bell: Supporting New Educators

An eNewsletter designed to give new educators specific and practical tips to help them successfully navigate through their first year of teaching.

Rural Crossroads: Connections (coming soon)

An upcoming eNewsletter featuring K-State rural education connections.

Journals

Educational Considerations

A leading peer-reviewed journal in the field of educational leadership, featuring contributions from educators throughout the world.

Prairie Journal of Educational Research

We are no longer accepting submissions for this journal. This website will remain live to provide access to previous issues. We would like to thank authors, reviewers, and faculty for their patronage and support.

Networks: An Online Journal for Teacher Research

A place for sharing reports of action research, in which teachers at all levels, kindergarten to postgraduate, are reflecting on classroom practice through research ventures.

Publications that Support Scholarships

Coloring with the Cats

A coloring book featuring the amazing sights of Kansas State University, created by the college's Art Education program.

K-State: An Alphabet Journey Across Campus

With the alphabet as a guide, take a tour of the landmarks and celebrations that represent Kansas State University and what it means to be part of the Wildcat family.

eBooks Produced by Faculty the College of Education

Journey to Refuge

The companion site for the eBook Journey to Refuge: Understanding Refugees, Exploring Trauma, and Best Practices for Newcomers and Schools, edited by Dr. Trina D. Harlow.

Special Education in Secondary Schools

Research-based practices for teaching special education in secondary schools, written by Dr. Mickey Losinski.

Action Research

Steps and practical guidance to those who intend to carry out action research for the first time, written by J. Spencer Clark, Suzanne Porath, Julie Thiele, and Morgan Jobe.

Being the First

The companion site for the eBook Being the "First": A Narrative Inquiry into the Funds of Knowledge of First Generation College Students in Teacher Education.