Wisdom in Education is a wide-ranging academic journal which originates at California State University San Bernardino and publishes on topics related to education. It publishes articles and creative expressions which address the topic of wisdom, conceptualized broadly, as it applies to the study of and practice of education.
Current Issue: Volume 7, Issue 2 (2017)The latest issue of College of Education's academic journal, Wisdom in Education, is now live. It can be accessed at Scholarworks on the John Pfau library website at http://scholarworks.lib.csusb.edu/wie/. Many thanks to our contributors. This issue (Volume 7 Issue 2) features two articles by students in the Counseling and Guidance program, one article by a group which includes two professors in the Education Leadership and Technology department and one interview with an educational leader in the Inland Empire of Southern California.
Publication would not be possible without the work done by our reviewers. For this issue our thanks go to Dr Daniel Stewart (twice), Krystal Howard, Dr Mark Darby, Dr Sonya Scott and Dr Lasisi Ajayi. Dr Risa Lumley has assisted with editorial work and Jared Becknell has assisted with layout of articles.
It is worth noting that material published in this journal is being read. The articles previously published have been downloaded over 4000 times across 119 countries. This includes Canada, Brazil, Japan, China, Australia, Sweden, Turkey and many more. The works of our authors have been distributed across over 600 institutions. If you are interested in being an author or taking part in sharing knowledge, Wisdom in Education is published in November and May each year. We are now accepting material for our Spring 2018 edition.
“Doing well in spite of the school”: How African American Students Perceive Achievement, Engagement, and School Climate in the Aftermath of California’s Local Control Funding Formula
Angela Clark Louque, Wil Greer, April Clay, and Ayanna Balogun
Narrative Approaches to Counseling Survivors of Child Sexual Abuse
Daniela A. Aponte and Shawn Patrick