About the Journal
p-ISSN: 1300-4832 | e-ISSN: 2148-2403 | Frequency Quarterly (4 Issue Per Year) | Nature: Online | Language of Publication: English | Article Processing Charges: None (Free of cost) | Publisher: Auricle Global Society of Education and Research
Educational Administration: Theory and Practice publishes prominent empirical and conceptual articles focused on timely and critical leadership and policy issues of educational organizations. The journal embraces traditional and emergent research paradigms, methods, and issues. The journal particularly promotes the publication of rigorous and relevant scholarly work that enhances linkages among and utility for educational policy, practice, and research arenas.
The goal of the editorial team and the journal’s editorial board is to promote sound scholarship and a clear and continuing dialogue among scholars and practitioners from a broad spectrum of education.
Educational Administration: Theory and Practice presents prominent empirical and conceptual articles focused on timely and critical leadership and policy issues facing educational organizations. As an editorial team, we embrace traditional and emergent theoretical frameworks, research methods, and topics. We particularly promote the publication of rigorous and relevant scholarly work with utility for educational policy, practice, and research.
The journal’s primary focus is on studies of educational leadership, organizations, leadership development, and policy as they relate to elementary and secondary levels of education. Examinations of leadership and policy that fall outside K-12 are considered insofar as there are meaningful connections to the K-12 arena (e.g., college pipeline). International comparative investigations are welcome to the extent they have implications for a broad audience.
Educational Administration: Theory and Practice honors
- expanded views and sources of educational leadership, including beyond the individual as leader;
- multiple purposes and outcomes of educational leadership (e.g., instructional, managerial, democratic, inclusive, social justice);
- diverse analytical/theoretical lenses (e.g., organizational, sociological, sociocultural, distributed, critical)
As examples, the editorial team encourages manuscripts that
- address the influence of leadership and policy on educational practice and outcomes
- address the impact of diverse forms of leadership preparation and development
- consider how the organizational structure of districts and schools impacts leadership and improvement processes
- enrich our understanding of schools as agents of social change
- examine educational environments that promote equity and social justice for students and faculty