The eJournal of Education Policy is a blind peer reviewed journal published twice each year, Fall and Spring.
- Submission deadline for the Spring issue is February 15th. Notification on or before April 1st.
- Submission deadline for the Fall issue is September 15th. Notification on or before November 1st.
Guidelines for contributing an article
Special Issue Planned for Fall, 2021
The editors plan to publish a special issue of eJEP in the fall of 2021. Only invited manuscripts will be considered for this special issue. The next issue which will be open to all authors will be published in the spring of 2022. Authors who wish to submit manuscripts for consideration in the spring of 2022 must email their submissions by February 15, 2022.
- Editors reserve the right to copy or edit for length or format for consistency, style, or clarity. All changes will be submitted to authors for final approval before publication.
- The manuscript must be your own original work and must not duplicate any other previously published work, including your own, previously published work.
- Submission of a manuscript implies a commitment to publish in the eJEP and confirms that the submission is intended for publication solely in the eJournal of Education Policy.
All articles must be submitted in Word (.doc or .docx) and submitted through email as an attachment to Dr. Rose Ylimaki.
Formatting of an article
General Information Accordion Closed
- Review articles recently published in eJEP to better understand expected formatting.
- Use Times New Roman, size 12 font.
- Single space your document.
- Do not indent paragraphs; use a single line space between each paragraph.
- All in most current APA format.
(For reference: Purdue OWL: https://owl.english.purdue.edu/owl/resource/560/01/)
Title Accordion Closed
The title should be concise and clear to readers.
Author(s) and affiliation(s) Accordion Closed
Robert Smith, EdD
Assistant Professor of Education, Teaching & Learning
Northern Arizona University
101 Broadview Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86011
Department of Education Development
University of Ottawa
2589 Rideau Street
Ottawa, ON K1N 6N5 Canada
Abstract Accordion Closed
A descriptive abstract indicating the type of information found in the work. May include the purpose, methods, and scope of the research. Essentially, the descriptive abstract only describes the work being abstracted.
Keywords Accordion Closed
No more than 6 keywords
Manuscript Text Accordion Closed
- Approximately 6,000 words.
- Headings follow current APA guidelines.
- In-text citations follow current APA guidelines.
- Tables and figures follow current APA guidelines.
References Accordion Closed
Adhere to current APA guidelines; however, use single spacing within each reference.
Appendices Accordion Closed
If appendices are needed, adhere to current APA guidelines.