Aims and Scope

International Journal of Schooling provides a valuable outlet for research and scholarship on schooling -orientated themes and topics. It publishes manuscripts of empirical and/or the theoretical in educational sciences. All empirical methods, including, but not limited to, qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods, are welcomed. To be published in Ijschooling, a manuscript must make strong empirical and/or theoretical contributions and highlight the significance of those contributions to the management field. Therefore, preference is given to articles that test, extend, or build strong theoretical frameworks while empirically investigating the issues with high importance for educational theories and practices.

The journal includes articles across the full range of education and educational psychology disciplines, including:

  • Educational management
  • Educational psychology
  • School mental health
  • Teaching, curriculum and instruction
  • Student learning, development and achievement
  • Whole school renewal and change
  • Equity, justice, spirituality, moral and ethical issues
  • Social and cultural contexts of schooling
  • Individual and institutional accountability
  • Diversity with respect to race, class, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, ethnicity, and learning styles
  • Law, finance, and personnel issues in education
  • The pre-service preparation and in-service professional development of teachers
  • Libraries and information technology
  • child development, cognitive psychology, and sociology to school learning and teaching