Evolving Schools

A Community Science Journal for Educational Systems Improvement

Democratizing school improvement through critically empowering the voices of youth and educators, in collaboration with interdisciplinary researchers around the world.

An open journal for a better future

Evolving Schools is being launched as a space for the publication of a diverse range of academic research and participatory perspectives on the nature and future of education around the world. Our aim is to provide collaborative supports for the development and improvement of student-led scholarship on effective strategies for educational systems improvement – from individual experiences and motivations, to global policies and perspectives. 

Learn more about the scope of our two core publication outlets on the left, and begin to plan your contribution or reviewer membership today! 

The scope of our publication

Academic Publications in the Community Science Journal

We welcome submissions at multiple tiers and stages of research, related to participatory approaches in school improvement.

Youth Perspectives
We strongly encourage youth from all language and cultural backgrounds, from around the world, to consider submitting your voice and perspective to the discussion on pressing issues in school improvement. 

Our journal is a global community science research project

Uniquely, our journal is not simply an output of academic research or school-based project work, but it also serves as a contribution to a global community science research project to understand and empower youth as agents of your own learning

Using open source and data secure advances in machine learning (i.e. “AI”), the database of submitted articles to Evolving Schools can provide a powerful source of insights to feedback into your local discussions about what matters in educational systems improvement for you and your communities.  

Our digital publication platform is coming soon...

We anticipate piloting our platform in with selected partners soon.

Contact us if you want to help your school contribute to this global effort.