Journal of School Choice: International Research and Reform
Call for papers
The aim of the Journal of School Choice: International Research and Reform is to publish the best scholarship on school choice and school reform from diverse disciplines and methodologies, in a timely fashion. We will do this in part by employing rigorous and intellectually diverse reviewers, and by assuring prospective authors feedback in two months or less. We will further publicize our research through our website, conventional news media, our annual conference, and through our relationships with other organizations. School systems across the globe face reform. We aim to assure that scientific research informs the ongoing reform journey.
The Journal of School Choice seeks scholarship from a range of disciplines and using a range of methodologies. We seek the best quantitative and qualitative research on school choice and school reform from around the world. We typically prefer articles to be under 7,000 words and research notes to be under 2,500 words, though exceptions will occur at the editor's discretion. In addition, we will occasionally publish essays and controversies regarding specific education policy issues.
We receive all manuscript submissions electronically via our Editorial Manager site located at http://www.editorialmanager.com/wjsc. Our data base of more than 1,400 reviewers enables a fast review process. We aim to have manuscripts under review within 48 hours of submission with a two month decision period immediately following. If you have any further questions, please contact Dr. Robert Maranto, Editor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For complete guidelines on preparing and submitting manuscripts to the Journal of School Choice, visit the Submit tab on the journal’s website at www.tandfonline.com/WJSC.