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NSTA Announces Publishing Partnership with Routledge

The National Science Teaching Association (NSTA) officially announced its publishing agreement with leading education publisher Routledge, an imprint of Taylor & Francis.

As of January, Routledge is publishing, distributing, and providing access to NSTA’s suite of grade-range-specific journals (Science & ChildrenScience ScopeThe Science TeacherJournal of College Science Teaching, and Connected Science Learning.) on the Taylor & Francis Online platform. NSTA maintains full editorial control of the publications. This partnership is a positive step for both parties, creating more exposure for NSTA’s five award-winning journals and adding important titles to Routledge’s global education portfolio.

“We’re excited to be partnering with Routledge to publish our esteemed journals,” said NSTA CEO Erika Shugart, Ph.D. “This collaboration ensures increased visibility and a broader readership, leveraging Routledge’s extensive network to amplify the impact of our publications.”

Paul Dukes, Global Portfolio Director at Taylor & Francis, said: “NSTA’s award-winning journals are very highly regarded in the field and fit perfectly alongside Routledge’s leading range of education titles. We are looking forward to working with our partners at NSTA to maximize the reach of these valuable resources for science teachers across stages and settings.”

NSTA’s peer-reviewed journals offer a unique blend of scientific content and sound teaching strategies. Science and Children (K–5), Science Scope (6–8), The Science Teacher (9–12), and the Journal of College Science Teaching, provide innovative, classroom-tested activities and instructional techniques based on the current research outlined in A Framework for K–12 Science EducationConnected Science Learning bridges in-school and out-of-school STEM learning and showcases highly effective programs, practices, collaborations, and research taking place between these two learning communities.

Source: Businesswire