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Current Issues in Middle Level Education (CIMLE) is the journal of the National Association of Professors of Middle Level Education (NAPOMLE). The purposes of the National Association of Professors of Middle Level Education are to:
- Provide a professional network to enhance the exchange of information and ideas, as well as, to encourage the discussion of topics related to the preparation of middle level educators,
- Contribute to the development of an expanded middle level research base, and provide additional means for sharing and disseminating current research and ideas among those interested in middle level education,
- Serve actively as advocates for the middle school movement, especially in terms of promoting middle level concepts among various publics commonly dealt with in the preparation of middle level educators, and
- Share in the advocacy for the middle school movement by supporting the stated purposes and goals of the Association for Middle Level Education.
CIMLE is committed to the dissemination of research-based, best-practices articles based on the Association of Middle Level Education's position statement on the professional preparation of middle level teachers.
NAPOMLE website: https://www.napomle.com/.
See About this Journal for more information.
Current Issue: Volume 24, Issue 2 (2019)
Helping Middle School Students Acknowledge and Navigate Anxiety: An Action Research
Teresa Jones, Amanda Riggs, and Nai-Cheng Kuo
Supporting Middle School Students in Tier 2 Math Labs: Instructional Strategies
Emily C. Bouck, Jiyoon Park, Mary Bouck, Jim Alspaugh, Stacey Spitzley, and Angela Buckland
Multi-tiered System of Supports as Collective Work: a (Re)structuring Option for Middle Schools
Sonja M. Hollingsworth Dr.