Journal of Multilingual Education Research (JMER) is the official journal of the New York State Association for Bilingual Education. Its distinct orientation reflects what is most important to researchers, specialists, and educators in the fields of multilingualism and multilingual education. JMER is a vehicle to disseminate changes and growth of knowledge in a variety of national language education issues that have local and regional relevance. It responds to the emerging needs and interests of teachers, administrators, teacher educators, researchers, counselors, psychologists, advocates, and community leaders whose work focuses on the successful education of multilingual students.
ISSN 2377-8482The Fordham Undergraduate Research Journal, or FURJ, is a student-run journal that features high-quality, peer-reviewed, original research conducted by undergraduate students in the sciences, humanities, and social sciences. FURJ also includes scholarly book reviews, research communications, and feature articles. All research articles undergo a rigorous double-blind peer and faculty review process. The Journal is published annually—in print and online—in the spring semester. FURJ welcomes submissions from current Fordham students and recent graduates as well as students from other universities who conducted research at Fordham. Learn more about the Journal by visiting https://tfurj.wordpress.com/