Education Reform Journal

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Call for Papers
Subject Fields: 
Social Sciences, Teaching and Learning, Educational Technology, Social History / Studies, Childhood and Education

Education Reform Journal ® invites you to submit a high-quality paper that focuses on debate and discussion on any planned changes in the education system, from the learning-teaching process to administrative processes. Within the need for improvement in the current education paradigm, the journal aims also to help education policy makers with reform choices. The journal therefore welcomes a range of manuscripts including children and families, academic achievement, curriculum development, education technology, creativity and innovation, comparative education, life-long learning, educational administration, education and development, international education, leadership, teacher quality, equity, policies and practices, economics, accountability, autonomy and other issues related to the aims of the journal.

Submitted papers that involve the following are given preference:
• Educational Policies and Practices
• Trends and Challenges Shaping Education
• International Benchmarking /Indicators
• Comparative Studies in education
• Social Transitions & School Culture and Climate
• Socio-Psychological Analyses for Education
• Migration and Education Studies
• Gender and Education Studies
• School Improvement
• Innovative Learning Environments
• Curriculum Critiques
• School Leadership
• Teacher Education
• Developing Higher Education Systems

There is no deadline for submission.
All submissions will undergo double peer-review (sent to at least two reviewers).
Papers contributors may kindly note that they do not pay any processing fee or submission fee or any fee whatsoever to publish his or her paper in Education Reform Journal. Also, there is no fast-publication process, as each submission is subject to a double-blind peer review. Education Reform Journal is published electronically twice a year. July (Summer) and December (Winter) are planned for the issues.

For further details, you may visit

Indexing: ERIC, DOAJ
Archiving: Central and Eastern European Online Library

We look forward to your submission. 


Mustafa Ozmusul, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Harran University

Contact Info: 

Mustafa Ozmusul


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