1. National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal
Electronic and Postal Submission Accepted
Via Email or Online Portal
William Allan Kritsonis, Editor-in-Chief
National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal
National FORUM Journals
17603 Bending Post Drive
Houston, TX 77095 USA
Acceptance Rate: 15%
Invited Articles: 6-10%
Type of Review: Blind Review
External Reviewers: 3+
In-House Reviewers: 3+
Time to Review: 1-2 months
National FORUM Society of Educators / National
Frequency of Issue:
American Psychological Association
Electronic Only, or 3
Adult Career & Vocational; Bilingual / E.S.L.; Counseling & Personnel Services; Curriculum Studies; Foreign
Language; Higher Education; Teacher Education; Urban Education, Cultural / Non-Traditional.
2. MANUSCRIPT GUIDELINES/COMMENTS:
About the Journal
The National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal - Electronic has captured the attention of leaders from across the United
States and abroad. The competition to publish at the national level remains fierce. To be published in the National FORUM of
Multicultural Issues Journal - Electronic represents a major, professional, and personal accomplishment.
Professors, theoreticians, educational researchers, practitioners, directors of research and service, deans, chairpersons, university
administrators, curriculum and instruction specialists, school superintendents, principals, supervisors, classroom teachers,
management consultants, facilitators, school board members, education policy persons, graduate students, community leaders,
and many others represent the cosmopolitan readership of the National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal – Electronic.
A function of the National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal – Electronic is to strengthen the established common bond
among professors in higher education and practitioners in schools. The National FORUM of Multicultural Issues Journal –
Electronic seeks to help maintain a healthy mutual respect and awareness of the roles, the problems, and the progress of
educational research in all appropriate settings.
The National Forum Society of Educators helps the family of National FORUM Journals. Members’ names are published in each
issue throughout the year. Becoming a member of the National Forum Society of Educators says you place value on financially
supporting scholarly productivity in education.
For detailed manuscript guidelines, visit the web site: