Educational Leadership (EL) is the magazine for educators written by educational leaders—principals, teachers, and administrators at every level and in every subject area. It is the flagship publication of ASCD, a global nonprofit leader in developing and delivering innovative programs, products, and services that empower educators to support the success of each learner.
Each month Educational Leadership connects with almost a half million global educators and leaders like you. EL is acknowledged throughout the world as an authoritative source of information about teaching and learning, new ideas and methods relevant to practicing educators, and the latest trends and issues affecting prekindergarten through higher education. It serves as a forum for discussion about practices, policies, research, and trends affecting all educators.
This subscription includes
- A new year of EL magazine that is published nine times each year, 8 printed and digital issues; 1 digital-only issue.
- An annual Digital-Access Pass to new and archived issues of EL.
- In-depth feature articles, new and successful professional development resources, research, education news, community information, and editorial content.
- Global content that presents a variety of viewpoints, including new and controversial views*.
What do our Readers say about Educational Leadership?
“Ed Leadership talks teacher to teacher, with a research base.”
“The articles are very timely. I use some of them as conversation starters for staff meetings. I have also highlighted some articles and have left my copy of the magazine in the teachers’ work room. I currently am mentoring two new principals in the district. This is a great resource for them as well.”
“This is my first year as a member. I would have to say that I am sorry I waited so long. Each time I open the magazine there is at least one article that talks explicitly about an issue I am trying to solve with my students or the way I deliver instruction.”
“The magazine deals with topics that are designed to help educators succeed and grow.”
*The views expressed or implied in EL are not necessarily the views of ASCD.