JoLLE is currently accepting manuscript submissions for our Spring 2023 issue, Volume 19(1).
In this issue, we’re foregrounding the idea of pause as a decolonizing practice in education and educational research. In her work, Decolonizing Educational Practices (2016), Dr. Leigh Patel says that a pause is an act of resilience against colonizing frameworks.  As teachers, scholars, and professionals in education, our plates are full.  We are often overwhelmed by the injustices we see or experience on a daily basis.  Our goal with this issue is to create a space for authors and readers to pause in order to steep ourselves in methods of resilience, justice, humanizing practices, and encouragement for the days ahead.
Before submitting, please review our guidelines for preparing your manuscript.
The deadline for spring issue submissions is 11:59pm EST on November 28th, 2022.

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