VUE is an open-access journal published twice annually and endeavors to serve as a “roundtable-in-print” by bringing together diverse education stakeholders with a wide range of viewpoints, including leading education writers and thinkers, as well as essential but frequently underrepresented voices in educational scholarship, such as students, parents, teachers, activists, and community members.
Each issue of VUE is organized around a theme and strives to provide cutting-edge analysis of a vital issue in urban public education. Formats including visual arts, articles, interviews, video and written documentaries, poetry, and autoethnographies.
Read Previous Issues of NYU Metro Center's Voices in Urban Education
Culturally responsive and sustaining Education (Part II): Toward Agency, Abolition, and Freedom
Culturally Responsive-Sustaining Education (Part I): Vision-Driven Interrogations of Dominant Narratives
Separation and Healing: A Journey Toward Restoration and Recovery in Education
With All Deliberate Speed: Reimagining Integration from a Racial Equity Frame
In 2018, NYU Metro Center acquired the journal Voices in Urban Education (VUE). VUE was initially launched in 2003 and was housed at the Annenberg Institute for School Reform at Brown University.