Editor

Professor Naseer Ahmad Al-Khawaldeh
Faculty of Educational Sciences,
University of Jordan,
Department of Curriculum and Instruction,
Amman-Jordan.

Professor Irina Khoutyz
(Theoretical and Applied Linguistics program)
Department of Romance and Germanic Philology
Kuban State University,
Krasnodar,
Russia.

Associate Editor

Professor Taís de Campos Moreira
Department of Applied Statistics in Psychology
Universidade Rede Metodistado Sul,
Porto Alegre,
Brazil.

Professor Lazarus Ndiku Makewa
University of Eastern Africa,
Baraton,
P.O. Box 2500,
Eldoret, Kenya.

Dr.Yang LIU
School of Physical Education and Coaching
Shanghai University of Sport
399 Changhai Road, Shanghai,
200438,
P. R. China.

Editorial Board Members

Dr.Damian Spiteri
Department of Social Care
Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology
Malta.Dr.Andriy Volodymyrovych
Economic Cybernetics Department,
National Taras Shevchenko University of Kyiv
90a, Kyiv, 03022,
Ukraine.

Assistant Professor Márcia Barbosa Aguiar
University of minho,
Institute of Education
Campus de Gualtar
Gualtar
4710-057 Braga – Portugal.

Dr. Aurah Catherine Musalagani
Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology
P. O. Box 190, 50100
KAKAMEGA,
Kenya.

Dr.Tayebeh Najafi
Institute for Educational Research
University: Kharazmi University
Mofatteh Avenue,
Tehran, Iran.

Assistant Professor Terence Fung
Applied Economics Program
United International College –
Beijing Normal University and Hong Kong Baptist University

Associate Professor Kostova Zdravka Blagoeva,
Address: 210, E, ap. 97,
Lulin, 1336 Sofia,
Bulgaria.

Associate Professor Osama Hasan Abed
Faculty of Educational Science and Arts/ UNRWA
University- Amman/ Jordan.

Professor Achoka Judith Serah K
Faculty of Education and social sciences
Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology
P.o. box 190 – 50100
kakamega,
kenya.

Professor Nilanjana Sanyal
Department of Psychology,
University College of Science, Technology & Agriculture,
University of Calcutta,
92, A.P.C. Road,
Kolkata- 700009, India

Associate Professor Deepika Nelson
Department of English
Haramaya University,
Ethiopia.

Professor Baraka Manjale Ngussa,
Department of Education and Religious Studies
University of Arusha
P. O. Box 601 Musoma,
Tanzania.

 

Peer Review Process

1.A designated member of the editorial board will make an initial assessment about the quality and suitability of a submission in terms of scope, originality and plagiarism. This assessment it allows our qualified reviewers a better usage of their time and resources. Paper written within the guidelines regarding the structure of the paper is thus very important.

2. Once the designated internal editorial board member is satisfied about the suitability of a submission, it is sent to two anonymous peer reviewers for their comment.

3. The reviewer will assign marks and make comment about following six categories:

– Originality of the paper

– The value of the research question and research gap.

– The soundness of the conceptual and technical or methodological framework.

– Insightful discussion in result and discussion section

– The policy implications of the paper

– Academic writing quality.

4. The decision/remarks/suggestions will be communicated to the author(s).

Appellation Procedure:

  • If the author does not agree with the reviewer’s corrections, the author has the right to send an appellation to the editors’ office in the format “reviewer’s corrections – author’s comments”. This document is to be sent to the reviewer, and the editorial staff determines conclusively.
  • If no decision is reached, the editorial staff appoints another expert.

The editorial board considers all manuscripts on the strict condition that:

  • the manuscript is your own original work, and does not duplicate any other previously published work, including your own previously published work;
  • the manuscript is not currently under consideration or peer review or accepted for publication or in press or published elsewhere; the manuscript contains nothing that is abusive, defamatory, libellous, obscene, fraudulent, or illegal;
  • for all manuscripts non-discriminatory language is mandatory. Sexist or racist terms must not be used.

Publication Frequency

Starting with January 2019 International Journal of Educational Policy Research and Review will publish 6 issues per year(one issue in every two months).

All articles are published online, in the current issue, immediately as they are accepted and ready for publication. A DOI (Digital Object Identifier) number will be assigned to all articles, whereby they will become searchable and citeable without delay. The assigned DOI will be activated when the current issue is closed. The published articles will also be collated into printable issues which will be available on request after the current issue is closed.