Voices from the Middle is the peer-reviewed journal of the Middle Level Section of the National Council of Teachers of English. Voices publishes original contributions by middle level teachers, students, teacher educators, and researchers in response to specific themes that focus on our discipline, our teaching, and our students. Voices offers middle level teachers innovative and practical ideas for classroom use that are rooted in current research; this is a journal for teachers by teachers. (Published September, December, March, and May)
Sara Kajder, University of Georgia
Shelbie Witte, Oklahoma State University
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May 2017: What's Next in Teaching Reading?
September 2017: Building Our Community (25th Anniversary Issue)
December 2017: Teachers Who Write (as Teachers of Writers)
March 2018: Urban Middle Level Education (guest editors Tonya Perry and Jamal Cooks)
May 2018: What's Next? Digital Tools, Social Media, and the Literacy Practices