teacher preparation, multicultural and cross-cultural studies, comparative education

Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

The Journal of Educational Research and Innovation (JERI) is an electronic publication dedicated to the discussion, sharing, and reflection of current educational research  that will enhance our understanding of teaching and learning.  JERI aims to provoke conversation about emerging ideas, stimulate innovation in practice, and encourage diversity of opinion.

The editors will consider articles on recent educational research and innovations, reflective essays, practitioners’ contributions and book reviews. Topics that will be considered include the state of K-12 education, teacher preparation, multicultural understandings of learning, and evolving theories of learning and cross-cultural studies.


Section Policies


Unchecked Open Submissions Checked Indexed Checked Peer Reviewed

Book Review

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Voices from Near and Far

Teachers and scholars are invited to submit essays or letters that discuss comtemporary issues in their countries, institutions, and communities. Commentaries should be limited to ten or fewer pages.

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Peer Review Process

Manuscripts will go through a blind peer review process. Two reviewers and the editors will determine suitablity and acceptance of manuscripts. Reviewers will consider quality of writing, importance of the topic, and relevance to the mission of the journal. Decisions will be made within 8-12 weeks of submission. Authors receive no remuneration other than acknowledgement of their work.


Publication Frequency



Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.



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