V. Matters Relevant to Addressing Barriers to
Learning and Development
Electronic Journals and Newsletters
What is an E-Journal?
Electronic Journals (or E-Journals) are versions of print journals that are available online
or periodicals distributed through the internet. While there are a number of commercial
journals that require subscriptions, those listed below are free.
V. Others Focused on Addressing Barriers to Learning & Development
- The Center for Managed Care Newsletter
is a quarterly publication focusing on news and updates that can help "providers
and programs to effectively participate in managed systems of care so that they
can meet the health care needs of underserved populations."
- The Education Policy Analysis Archives reviews
global perspectives on education policy and reform.
- Education Statistics Quarterly
"gives a comprehensive overview of work done across all parts of NCES [National
Center for Education Statistics]. Each issue includes short publications, summaries,
and descriptions that cover all NCES publications and data products released during
a 3-month period."
- Education Week on the Web seeks to
provide "policymakers and administrators with comprehensive, timely, and objective
information" related to the field of education in the U.S. Includes special reports
and archives of past issues.
The Mental Help Net Newsletter is a bi-monthly newsletter "designed to keep you
informed about the happenings on Mental Help Net (MHN)...and in the world of
behavioral and mental healthcare." The free newsletter is sent to subscribers via email.
- The OERI Bulletin, published by
the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), "describes office priorities
and OERI-funded publications, and highlights new programs, research and statistical
findings, upcoming competitions and events, and recent grants and contracts from each of
OERI's program offices.
- The Research
Exchange is the quarterly newsletter of the National Center for the
Dissemination of Disability Research (NCDRR).
School Mental Health Project-UCLA
Center for Mental Health in Schools
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