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NSSE Selects Blackwell Publishing


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National Society for the Study of Education and Blackwell Publishing
Announce Partnership

Boston, MA-April 13, 2005- The National Society for the Study of Education
(NSSE) and Blackwell Publishing, Inc. are pleased to announce a new
publishing partnership.� NSSE has chosen Blackwell to publish the

Effective January 1, 2005, Blackwell is the distributor for past volumes
101, 102, 103, as well as all future volumes of the Yearbook. �Please note
that this publication is now only available as a journal on a subscription
basis.�The first issue, Volume 104 (2005), Media Literacy: Transforming
Curriculum and Teaching, was released in March 2005. The second issue,
Uses and Misuses of Data in Accountability Testing, will be released in
June 2005.

Blackwell Publishing President, Gordon Tibbitts said, "We are honored to
have the Yearbook of the National Society for the Study of Education added
to our strong and growing education list. Their work, dating back to John
Dewey in 1901, offers a powerful lens on the development of education in

Published since 1902,�the Yearbook is published in two volumes and
examines�a current educational issue of interest to both membership and
the general public. With knowledgeable scholars and practitioners as
contributing authors and editors, the Yearbook�provides reliable and
authoritative sources of information on timely educational issues. Some
Yearbooks have become landmark publications, and contributors rank among
the most prominent and influential scholars and leaders of education in
the United States and the world. The Yearbook is edited by Pamela Brown,
Gretchen E. Schwarz, Joan L. Herman, & Edward H. Haertel.

NEW - An institutional subscription to the Yearbook now includes online
access for the first time ever through Blackwell Synergy. Visit
�www.blackwellpublishing.com/nsse for more information.�


About the National Society for the Study of Education

The National Society for the Study of Education is an organization of
scholars, professional educators, and policy makers dedicated to the
improvement of education research, policy, and practice.� For more
information about NSSE, visit http://www.nsse-chicago.org.

About Blackwell Publishing

Blackwell Publishing is the world's leading society publisher, partnering
with more than 600 academic and professional societies.� Blackwell
publishes over 750 journals and 600 text and reference books annually,
across a wide range of academic, medical, and professional subjects.� The
company remains independent with over 900 staff members in offices in the
US, UK, Australia, China, Denmark, Germany, and Japan.� Blackwell's
mission as an expert publisher is to create long-term partnerships with
our clients that enhance learning, disseminate research, and improve the
quality of professional practice.� For more information on Blackwell
Publishing, please visit www.blackwellpublishing.com or