Contributing to the journal
ACT's journal, Teaching Citizenship, is sent to all ACT members. It is the only English-language journal wholly dedicated to teaching Citizenship and contains articles about Citizenship education in primary and secondary schools, the latest policy information as well as case studies and lesson plans.
Lee Jerome, Associate Professor in Education at Middlesex University, is the editor of Teaching Citizenship.
If you would like to contribute to the ACT journal, Teaching Citizenship, with news, information or debate about Citizenship education, please contact Lee Jerome.
Please refer to our Contribution Guidelines. We cannot offer remuneration for articles, nor can we guarantee publication.
Contributions should be 200-2000 words long and can take the format of an article, review or case study. If you'd like to contribute in another format, please let us know.
- Issue 45: The rise of the right, Brexit and protest
- Issue 44: Faith and Citizenship
- Issue 43: Teaching Controversial Issues
- Issue 42: Citizenship and the Arts
- Issue 41: Elections
- Issue 40: Implementing the 2014 curriculum
- Issue 39: Rights & Freedoms
- Issue 38: The 2014 curriculum
- Issue 37: Building Peace
- Issue 36: World War I 100 Years On
- Issue 35: International Perspectives
- Issue 34: Justice
- Issue 33: Debate
- Issue 32: Museums
- Issue 31: Digital Citizenship