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The Mid-Western Educational Researcher (MWER) is a peer-reviewed, open-access scholarly journal that publishes research articles examining educational issues and practices, book and media reviews, commentaries, and articles that address areas such as mentorship and teacher research. MWER seeks strong manuscripts addressing a wide range of topics in education.

The journal publishes quantitative, qualitative, mixed methods, meta-analysis and meta-synthesis studies, and accepts submissions in six different categories: feature articles, graduate student scholarship, voices from the classroom, commentaries, book/media reviews, and mentoring corner.

The journal also periodically solicits proposals for special issues and special sections of an issue. In addition, such proposals can be submitted any time, regardless of whether there is an open call.

See the Aims and Scope for more detailed information.

Welcome to MWER’s new website! We recently made the exciting move to Scholarworks, but some of our previous issues are still on their way over here from our old website. In the meantime, you can access past MWER issues at www.mwera.org/MWER/archives.html

Current Issue: Volume 35, Issue 2 (2023)

Editors' Notes

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Editors' Notes
Christy Galletta Horner and Sherri L. Horner

Featured Articles

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Using Intercultural Sensitivity to Predict Culturally Responsive Classroom Management Self-Efficacy among Preservice Teachers
Christopher M. Estepp, Jennifer G. Beasley, Stephen R. Burgin, and Donald M. Johnson

Commentary

Book/Media Review

Mentoring Corner

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Making the Most of the Peer Review Process
Christy Galletta Horner, Sherri L. Horner, and Richard Henry Maguire