The High School Journal

Edited by Amber Majors

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Frequency: Spring, Summer, Fall, and Winter

Latest Issue: Volume 104, Winter 2021

Size: 7” x 10”, average length 80 pages

Bibliographic Information: ISSN: Print 0018-1498; Digital 1534-5157

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The High School Journal publishes research, scholarship, essays, and reviews that critically examine the broad and complex field of secondary education. Founded in 1918, it is one of the oldest peer-reviewed academic journals in education. The journal is managed by students and faculty in the School of Education at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and is published quarterly by the University of North Carolina Press. For more information, visit the The High School Journal‘s website.

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Editorial Staff
Editor-in-Chief/Managing Editor

Amber Majors

Associate Editors

Lucia Mock
Nicole Ross

Editorial Board

Heidi Coleman
Caitlin Kearney
Caitlin O’Loughlin
Linyu Yu

Faculty Editor

Jocelyn Glazier

National Board

Catherine Cornbleth, University of Buffalo
Mark Ellis, California State University, Fullerton
Michelle Fine, City University of New York
Ruben Gaztambide-Fernandez, University of Toronto
Beverly Gordon, The Ohio State University
Nancy Lesko, Teachers College, Columbia University
Janet Miller, Teachers College, Columbia University
Sherry Southerland, Florida State University
Tom Vander Ark, Vader Ark/Ratcliff

Advisory Board

Kate Allman, Duke University
Lilia Bartolomé, University of Massachusetts Boston
Roderick L. Carey, University of Pittsburgh
Zan Crowder, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Josh Diem, University of Miami
Jeremy Hilburn, University of North Carolina Wilmington
Sherick Hughes, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Jennifer Job, Oklahoma State University
Margarita Machado Casas, University of Texas at San Antonio
Scott A. Morrison, Elon University
Enrique Murillo, California State University, San Bernardino
Hillary Parkhouse, Virginia Commonwealth University
Summer Pennell, Truman State University
Paula Groves Price, Washington State University
Brandon Sams, Auburn University
Meredith N. Sinclair, Southern Connecticut State University
Luis Urrieta, University of Texas at Austin

Table of Contents

Winter 2021: Volume 104, Number 2

From the High School Journal Editorial Board: Living in an Anti-globalization era: A Call for Promoting Critical Multiculturalism and Multicultural Education for Immigrant Teachers and Students in Secondary Education
Xinxin Wang
Linyu Yu

Engaging High School Students in Interrogating Neoliberalism in Young Adult Dystopian Fiction
Sean P. Connors

“…You’ll Still Make it to the Top”: Using Photovoice to Explore Latina/o/x Excellence from the Perspectives of Latina/o/x Youth
Louie F. Rodriguez
Enrique Espinoza
Lorena Gutierrez
Yajaira Calderon
Elisa Chang
cindy macias

 

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