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March 25, 2017

Journal of Research in Rural Education, Volume 32, Issues 1-3

From Thursday’s inbox…

The Journal of Research in Rural Education is pleased to announce:

Volume 32 (2017, fourteenth online volume, tenth volume at Penn State)

Book Review of Understanding Social Justice in Rural Education by H. Cuervo
Michael Corbett

Book Review of Serving Gifted Students in Rural Settings by T. Stambaugh & S. Wood
Amy Price Azano

Book Review of Small-town America: Finding Community, Shaping the Future by R. Wuthnow
Patricia L. Hardré

You can access these issues in the Featured Articles sidebar at: or you can navigate directly to the article via the link provided above.


Thank you!


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The Journal of Research in Rural Education publishes research that is of demonstrable relevance to educational issues within rural settings. JRRE welcomes single-study investigations, historical and philosophical analyses, research syntheses, theoretical pieces, and policy analyses from multiple disciplinary perspectives. We welcome manuscripts concerning learning and instruction; preservice and inservice teacher education; educational leadership; educational policy; rural education and community development, and the cultural, historical, and economic context of rural education. Brief commentary on recently published JRRE articles is also appropriate.



Sally J. Kelley

Education Policy Studies

The Pennsylvania State University

300 Rackley Building

University Park, PA  16802

(814) 863-3760; FAX: (814) 865-1480

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