News Release: ITEEA to Rebrand/Restructure Flagship Journal


March 30, 2023

Reston, VA, March 30, 2023 —

ITEEA to Rebrand/Restructure Flagship Journal

RESTON, VA, March 30, 2023 - ITEEA has announced that its flagship journal, Technology and Engineering Teacher is undergoing a rebranding and restructuring to ensure its relevance for all ITEEA stakeholders including technology and engineering teachers, STEM teachers, and education leaders. Starting in September 2023, ITEEA’s new flagship journal, Technology and Engineering Education: Bringing STEM to Life, will be published five (5) times per year with an increased page count, compared to the current schedule of eight (8) shorter issues per year, ultimately resulting in an increase in content. Further, ITEEA is bringing more voices to the table with a new, diverse Editorial Team, with expertise from classroom teachers to principals, industry to higher education, plus international perspectives. 


A significant portion of the rebranding includes increasing and enhancing the elementary content in ITEEA’s flagship journal, which had historically been more secondary-focused. As such, ITEEA’s Board of Directors, with support from the current Elementary STEM Council (ESC) leadership and ESJ Editors, have decided to sunset The Elementary STEM Journal (ESJ) as a standalone publication in 2023. By bringing the valued elementary content and resources into Technology and Engineering Education: Bringing STEM To Life, it will have an increased impact, now reaching thousands of readers instead of hundreds.


We are so excited to offer you a state-of-the-art publication, included with ITEEA membership, that best meets the needs of the profession while continuing to demonstrate how technology and engineering education bring STEM to life.


Editor-in-Chief, Dr. Thomas Roberts, commented, "The re-engineered journal will position ITEEA as a leader in providing educators with high-quality resources that bring STEM to life through technology and engineering. I am excited to work with a talented group of associate editors to build on the strengths of the previous journals as we co-create this new journal together."


If you have any questions or comments related to these changes, please contact


ITEEA ( is the professional organization for technology, innovation, design, and engineering educators. Its mission is to promote technological literacy for all by supporting the teaching of technology and promoting the professionalism of those engaged in these pursuits. ITEEA strengthens the profession through leadership, professional development, membership services, publications, and classroom activities



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Kathleen de la Paz

Communications Director


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