Journal of Curriculum and Supervision

Gerald Ponder

In: Encyclopedia of Curriculum Studies

Journal of Curriculum and Supervision

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  • The Journal of Curriculum and Supervision (1985–2005) was a quarterly journal of theory, inquiry, and analysis in the scholarship and practice of the fields of curriculum and supervision. Published by the ASCD (Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development), the journal began with the fall 1985 issue. ASCD Executive Editor Ron Brandt stated in introducing the journal that ASCD was creating the most widely circulated English-language scholarly publication on curriculum and supervision in the world. Brandt attributed the journal to a history of recommendations begun in the late 1950s and culminating with a plan for increased attention to research and theory. The journal began publication with Edmund Short and Robert F. Nicely Jr. as editors and O. L. Davis Jr. (Davis also was editor of the ...

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