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Author Guidelines

The Journal welcomes articles on analysis of educational and leadership discourses, policy and practice across disciplines, and their implication for teaching, learning, and policy making and the topics of education and leadership and a variety of disciplines to include sociology, anthropology, economics, and a broader scope of cultural studies as they relate to education and leadership. Articles should focus on studies and systematic analyses that employ qualitative, quantitative, plural (mixed-methods), and theoretical methodologies from an international scope. Both pedagogical and andragogical perspectives in teaching and learning are welcome.

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Current Issue

Volume 6 – Issue 2 – Summer 2016

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Past Issues

Volume 6 – Issue 1 – Spring 2016

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showcasing research since 2011

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Journal of International Education and Leadership (JIEL) is a peer-reviewed electronic journal providing a forum for educators, education leaders, scholars, students, and policy makers to address the current topics in the field of education and leadership from a global perspective. The Journal welcomes articles on analysis of educational and leadership discourses, policy and practice across […]

Author Guidelines

The JIEL welcomes articles on analysis of educational and leadership discourses, policy and practice across disciplines, and their implication for teaching, learning, and policy making and the topics of education and leadership and a variety of disciplines to include sociology, anthropology, economics, and a broader scope of cultural studies as they relate to education and leadership. […]

Current Issue

Volume 6 – Issue 3 – Fall 2016 Massification and Diversification as Complementary Strategies for Economic Growth in Developed and Developing Countries Dr. Darryl Tyndorf Aurora University Dr. Chris R. Glass Old Dominion University

Past Issues

Volume 6 – Issue 2 – Summer 2016 Can the Mentoring and Socialization of Pre-Service Teachers Improve Teacher Education? Philbert L. Vumilia – Mwenge Catholic University Ladislaus M. Semali – Pennsylvania State University Party Secretaries in Chinese Higher Education Institutions: What Roles Do They Play? Hua Jiang – Dalian University of Technology Xiaobin Li – Brock University Motivation to Learn and […]