|Editor-in-Chief:||Editor Name, Editor Institution|
|Editors:||Editor Name, Editor Institution|
|Editor Name, Editor Institution|
The National Youth-At-Risk Journal (NYAR Journal) is an open-access, peer-reviewed online journal that publishes educational articles on how to reduce harmful risk conditions and promote the well-being of all youth, especially vulnerable youth in schools, families, and communities. The journal is a publication of the College of Education at Georgia Southern University and is sponsored by the National Youth-At-Risk Conference Savannah.
Spring 2017: Priority Deadline January 1, 2017
Special Themed Issue
"Helping Students and Schools in Poverty"
Open to any submissions focused on issue theme
Individuals are welcome to contact journal editor (email@example.com) with any questions about the submission process or to seek feedback on a submission idea (1-2 paragraphs maximum).
Current Issue: Volume 2, Issue 1 Fall 2016
The Every Student Succeeds Act (ESSA): What It Means for Educators of Students at Risk
Cordelia D. Zinskie and Dan W. Rea
Interview with Bettina Love: Creating Spaces That Matter
Supporting Metacognitive Awareness and Strategy Use Through Digital Photography in a Rural Title I School
Antonio P. Gutierrez de Blume, Mete Akcaoglu, and Wendy L. Chambers
Crisis Events in K-12 Online Learning: Educator Perceptions and Preparedness
Dawn Tysinger, Jeffrey A. Tysinger, and Terry D. Diamanduros
School Counselor Use of Narrative Therapy to Support Students of Color Transitioning from an Alternative School Setting
Natoya Hill Haskins, Leonissa Johnson, Lee E. Grimes, Autumn Joy Moore, and Candice Norris-Brown
Preparing Latino Students for Life After High School: The Important Role of School Counselors and School Psychologists
Desiree Vega, Erik M. Hines, Renae D. Mayes, and Paul C. Harris
Transforming EducaSHUN to EducaSUN: Replacing Iron Bars with Sunbeams