JOURNAL OF THE TEXAS ALLIANCE OF BLACK SCHOOL EDUCATORS
The Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (TABSE) has a long legacy of providing critical insight into research related to minority students in both higher education and PK – 12 settings. Given this, we see The Journal of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators (JTABSE), as an effective tool in reaching a broader audience in hopes of effectuating positive change throughout the state and nation. The purpose of this journal is to provide peer-reviewed research addressing topics that continue to impact minorities in public and higher education. Our goals are to:
- Provide current research relevant to the education of minorities in the state of Texas, and beyond.
- Contribute to, and extend, the current body of existing literature.
- Spark further conversation and interest in the research presented within the journal.
We hope that you enjoy the manuscripts provided in this edition. The next edition will be available in Spring 2020. All manuscripts are subject to a double blind peer review process. As a peer-reviewed journal, we periodically screen for scholarly reviewers. If you are interested in being a reviewer, please contact JTABSE editors at firstname.lastname@example.org, for consideration. We ask that reviewers currently hold a doctoral degree, demonstrate knowledge related to the subject matter being reviewed, and have experience in the use of current APA style guidelines.
Thank you your continued support of the Texas Alliance of Black School Educators!