The JRME monograph series is published as a supplement to the journal for manuscripts in the range of about 200 manuscript pages. Each monograph has a single theme related to the learning or teaching of mathematics.
To be considered for publication, a manuscript should be:
• a single treatise that examines a major research issue,
• a report of a single research study that is too lengthy to be published as a journal article,
• a report of a series of coordinated studies, or
• a synthesis of a large body of research.
(See Examples of Monographs)
How to Submit a Monograph Series Manuscript
Any person(s) considering the development of a monograph should contact the monograph editor listed below about their proposal idea and the process.
How Monograph Manuscripts are Processed
The procedures for proposing, reviewing and developing a monograph are different than typical JRME submissions. Contact the monograph editor to learn more.
For further information about the monograph series, contact:
Beth Herbel-Eisenmann, Monograph Editor
316 Erickson Hall
Michigan State University
East Lansing, MI 48824