Call for Editors

Dear Professors and Doctors,

TheĀ International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education is indexed by SCOPUS, ScimagoJR andĀ ERIC Institute of Education Sciences (IES) of the U.S. Department of Education. All research articles published in this journal go through a rigorous peer review process that involves initial editorial screening and refereeing by at least two anonymous referees. This type of high-quality scholarly communication demands academic collaboration. The journal is professionally managed by a team of editors drawn from the academic and practitioner communities, as well as a journal administrator, for fixed periods of time. As a result, the IJERE is seeking scholars with a strong academic background who desire to leave their imprint on the sands of time to serve as editors.

The editor plays a critical role in dealing with any received information, complaints, or misconduct by the author or reviewer. The editor serves as the primary point of contact for authors, reviewers, and the publisher. The robust editorial team's aim will be to guarantee that the International Journal of Evaluation and Research in Education (IJERE) continues to publish great articles from all areas of evaluation and research in education that have substantial policy implications. The Editor-in-Chief will oversee the quality, integrity, and efficiency of all peer-review procedures, and will participate independently in making article publication choices with the Editorial Team.

Applicants for the role of Editor should have a strong background in academic education research. Applicants should also demonstrate evidence of leadership brilliance, new thinking about journals, managerial competence, and collaborative skills. The ideal applicant will have experience reading and managing journal papers. Applications should include:
1. A curriculum vitae (CV).
2. A summary of your philosophy on evaluation and research in education, your editorship, and your vision for the next five years (1 page maximum).

Submit your application to: info@iaesjournal.com cc: ijere@iaesjournal.com.

Thank you for your ongoing interest in our work.

Best Regards,
IJERE Management Team
ijere@iaesjournal.com

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The following are some important guidelines for editors:

  • The primary role of an editor is to take care of the peer review process and make suggestions to improve the journal's quality by complying with the policy guidelines given by the publisher.
  • Check whether the submitted manuscript fits within the scope of the journal and assign the article to the appropriate reviewer based on their area of expertise.
  • An editor's primary responsibility is to oversee the peer review process and make suggestions to improve the journal's quality while adhering to the publisher's policy guidelines.
  • Check to see if the submitted manuscript is within the scope of the journal, and then assign the article to the appropriate reviewers based on their area of expertise.
  • Editors bear full responsibility and authority to reject or accept an article in accordance with journal policies.
  • Any manuscript submitted for review must be treated as a confidential document.
  • The editor should give each manuscript submitted for publication fair consideration and judge it on its merits, regardless of the race, religion, nationality, gender, seniority, and institutional affiliation of the author.
  • An editor can make changes to the manuscript as needed.
  • An editor must establish a clear statement of journals, editorial policies, and guidelines for authors to follow when preparing and submitting manuscripts.
  • The submitted manuscript may not be used in any way in the editor's own work. Editors should not allow any conflicts of interest between staff, authors, reviewers, and board members.
  • Inform authors of solicited manuscripts that their submissions will be evaluated in accordance with the journal's standard procedures or outline the decision-making process if it differs from those procedures.
  • The editor is responsible for retracting the paper if the published work is invalid or contains errors.
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