For the complete text of previous Op-Ed papers and reactions, or to submit a 'reaction', visit the journal's US site. Additional comments and proposals for future Op-Ed essays should be directed to Ian Westbury, JCS General Editor.
Recent & forthcoming Canadian Op-Ed contributions include:
R. Barrow, The 'higher nonsense': some persistent errors in educational thinking
K. Egan, Education's three old ideas, and a better idea
J. Olson, Trojan horse or teacher's pet: computers and the culture of the school
S. de Castell, Literacies, technologies and the future of the library in the 'information age'
D. Stewart, National testing in mathematics: one province's predicament
F. M. Connelly, Life in the foothills of curriculum
M. McNay, The conservative political agenda in curriculum: the Ontario experience in science education
J. Olson, Systemic change/teacher tradition: legends of reform continue
W.-M. Roth, Scientific literacy as an emergent feature of collective human praxis
S. de Castell and J. Jenson, Serious play
R. Stooke, 'Many hands make light work' but 'too many cooks spoil the broth': representing literacy teaching as a 'job for experts' undermines efforts to involve parents
R. M. Heydon, The theory and practice of
pedagogical ethics: features for an ethical praxis in/out of special