The AAIE Flagship Publication

InterED is the flagship publication of AAIE and provides a uniquely international body of research, ideas and resources on education and leadership.

InterEd solicits original articles up to 2500 words for a Featured Research piece and 1000-1500 (average is generally between 500 to 1000) words for a Featured Conversation or Best Practices piece. We welcome practical ideas as well as more theoretical approaches related to international education, leadership, diversity, learning, and technology in schools. School management and curriculum leadership behavior with respect to the foregoing topics are significant focuses of this publication.

If you would like to write for InterEd please contact us.

Fall 2022





The InterED Team

An amazing team of contributors come together twice a year to make InterED a reality.

  • Editor-in-Chief: Dr. Beverly Shaklee, George Mason University (see below)
  • Managing Editor: Gerri-Ann Friedman, AAIE
  • Design & Layout: Printworx, NJ
  • AAIE Executive Director: Laura Light
Bev Shaklee


Our Editor

Thanks to our Editor and AAIE Board Member Dr. Beverly Shaklee of George Mason University, InterED continues to provide interesting and applicable resources and research to guide your international leadership work.

Dr. Beverly D. Shaklee is Director of the Center for International Education and Professor of Curriculum and Instruction. The Center for International Education (CIE) focuses on research and development of K12-university international education. CIE supports projects that explore the nature of international education, teacher education and provides professional development opportunities for teachers and administrators that advance international and intercultural understanding through education. 

Dr. Shaklee has a focused research agenda on the development of international educators and representation of diverse populations in gifted child education programs. She has served on the Board of Directors for the National Association for Gifted Children (NAGC), Board of Directors for SENG (Serving the Needs of Gifted), and on the Board of Directors for Virginia Association for the Gifted (VAG). She also served as Chair, Advanced Academic Services Committee for the Fairfax County Public Schools. In addition to serving on the Board of Directors for AAIE, and is also a member of the Research & Advisory Committee for the Council for International Schools (CIS).