Bold Visions in Educational Research: Pioneers

Bold Visions in Educational Research was co-founded by Joe L. Kincheloe and Kenneth Tobin for the purposes of publishing cutting edge research that incorporated incisive insights supported by rich theoretical frameworks. The editors stance was that scholars with bold visions would pave the way for the transformation of educational policies and practices. In conjunction with this idea of encouraging theoretically rich research, the editors planned a series of Pioneers—first readers in a given field. Pioneers are written for educators seeking entry into a field of study. Each Pioneer is a “starter”; an introduction to an area of scholarship, providing well-developed, theory-rich, jargon-free texts about current, state-of-the-art research that affords deep understandings of an area and lays the foundation for further studies in the same and related areas. The books are excellent texts for graduate studies, useful resources for professional development programs, and handy reference readers for early career researchers.
Kenneth Tobin, The Graduate Center, City University of New York, USA
Carolyne Ali-Khan, College of Education & Human Services, University of North Florida, USA

Co-Founding Editor:
Joe Kincheloe

Editorial Board:
Barry Down, School of Education, Murdoch University, Australia
Daniel L. Dinsmore, University of North Florida, USA
Gene Fellner, College of Staten Island, City University of New York, USA
L. Earle Reybold, Qualitative Research Methods, George Mason University, USA
Stephen Ritchie, School of Education, Murdoch University, Australia
Educational researchers and their students