Editorial Team

 

SASC is indexed in EBSCO Host, as well as several other research databases, as a peer-reviewed, social justice journal. Here is our Mission Statement:
Social Advocacy and Systems Change (SASC) is a web-based, interdisciplinary social justice journal. SASC is dedicated to publishing the voices of oppressed and marginalized groups and individuals. Contributions challenge and transform unjust systems.

Judy K. C. Bentley

Judy K. C. Bentley holds a Bachelor of Social Science degree from Southern Methodist University, a Master’s degree in Special Education/Reading Education from Southwest Texas State University, and a Doctoral degree in Education/School Improvement from Texas State University. Her research interests include Symbolic Inclusion, children labeled with “severe/multiple disabilities” as architects of systemic, inclusive education reform, and maximizing the success of students with disabilities in postsecondary education.

Call for Submissions
Volume 3, Issue 2
Publication date September 2013
Please Submit by July 31, 2013
HOW TO SUBMIT

Editor-in-Chief

Judy K.C. Bentley
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Associate Editors

Amber E. George
State University of New York

Anthony J. Nocella, II
Hamline University, St. Paul, MN

Lynn Olcott
Cayuga Correctional Facility

Jose Palafox
AK Press, Oakland, CA

Robin M. Smith
State University of New York College at New Platz

Review Board

Charisma Acey
Assistant Professor, City and Regional Planning
Ohio State University

Nancy Aumann
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Raymond Collings
Department of Psychology
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Andrew Fitz-Gibbon
Department of Philosophy
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Susan Gabel
Department of Learning and Teaching
National College of Education
National-Louis University
Chicago, Illinois

Caroline Kaltefleiter
Associate Professor, Communication Studies
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Chulsub Lew
EPIK Manager
Gyeongbuk Office of Education
Korea

Brian McKenna
Assistant Professor, Anthropology
University of Michigan-Dearbon

Peter McLaren
Professor
University of California-Los Angeles

Missy Morton
Coordinator, School of Educational
Studies and Human Development
University of Canterbury
Christchurch, New Zealand

Mechhthild Nagel
Department of Philosophy
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Frances A. Pizzola
Access to Independence
Of Cortland County, Inc.
Cortland, New York

Ann Burns Thomas
Coordinator, Cortland Urban
Recruitment of Educators (CURE)
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Technology Editor

Christine L. Widdall
Instructor Childhood/Early Childhood Education Dept.
State University of New York
College at Cortland

Web Designers

Justin Stewart
Instructional Designer
State University of New York
College at Cortland

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