The Review of Higher Education

The Review of Higher Education

Infobox Journal


discipline = Education
abbreviation = RHE
website = http://www.press.jhu.edu/journals/review_of_higher_education/index.html
publisher = Johns Hopkins University Press
country = USA
history = 1978 to present
ISSN = 0162-5748

"The Review of Higher Education" is an academic journal founded in 1978 and the official journal of the [http://www.ashe.ws/ Association for the Study of Higher Education] . The publication is aimed at scholars, educators, and policymakers and includes articles, essays, reviews, and research intended to better inform readers of the issues that affect higher education today. The editor is Dr. Amaury Nora of the University of Houston.

The journal is published quarterly in September, December, March, and June. Circulation is 2,058 and the average length of an issue is 104 pages.

ee also

Post-secondary education

External links

* [http://www.coe.uh.edu/database/facultytemplate.cfm?id=15 Editor website]
* [http://muse.jhu.edu/journals/review_of_higher_education/ The Review of Higher Education at Project MUSE]


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