TEACH Magazine invites writers with good ideas and a substantive knowledge of the education system to submit queries to the publication for consideration. It is highly recommended that writers read back issues of the magazine first. Please check the archives.
Feature articles run from 1200-1500 words on average. TEACH likes to take a pragmatic, how-to approach in its editorial. That is, the article idea should be useful and of use to frontline teachers in the classroom. The topic should help them do their jobs better in some way or offer support in doing the same. It may explore a program, a project or a technique and should be relevant to most, if not all, teachers regardless of grade level or subject taught. The idea should also be replicable so other teachers have the opportunity to implement it, if feasible.
The query letter should not consist of more than several paragraphs outlining the topic of the article, the intended approach and potential interviewees if applicable. The idea is to convey the style, approach, and tone the writer intends to take with the article.
TEACH Magazine is actively seeking editorial contributors for our blog. If
you have something to say about the state of education or have an informed
opinion, we’d be interested in hearing it.
Due consideration will be given to press releases and story ideas related to education.
Please allow two to five weeks for a response. Queries will only be accepted via e-mail: submissions [at] teachmag.com. No phone calls please or followup e-mails.