Editorial Policies

Focus and Scope

EIJEAS was established in 2014 in Ohio/USA with the ISSN number of 2378-0991. The journal publishes high quality articles in the fields of educational and social science  research. The journal is of interest to researchers, academics, and those people concerned with mediating research findings to practitioners. The journal is a valuable resource for educational researchers, curriculum planners, counselors, teachers, administrators, supervisors, and policy makers as they consider the structure of tomorrow's educational system.

EIJEAS approaches in all areas of the educationand social sciences field and researches employing a variety of qualitative and/or quantitative methods. The purpose of the journal is to contribute to the improvement of educational processes and outcomes and to increase understanding of learning and teaching in pre-primary, primary, secondary, higher, and adult education.

Subjects of EIJEAS has recently covered include: 

  • curriculum evaluation
  • curriculum development
  • curriculum history
  • linguistic (SLA, lexical diversity, etc.)
  • applied linguistic
  • bilingual education
  • multicultural education
  • factual language approach
  • literary children books
  • children with mental retardation
  • self esteem enhancement program
  • receptive language
  • multiple intelligences theory
  • metacognitive awareness
  • conceptual development
  • validity and reliability
  • peer relations
  • learned resourcefulness
  • decision making styles
  • organizational culture and values
  • teaching and learning of mathematics
  • creative writing
  • environmental education
  • retarded students
  • early childhood
  • science education
  • other social sciences



Section Policies


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Book Review

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Peer Review Process

Peer Review

All manuscripts are subject to two reviews, the first by the editor(s) and then sent for two blind peer-reviews.  Author(s) should ensure that nothing is included in the submitted manuscript that would identify the author to the reviewers.  Manuscripts, which contain author(s) identification, will be returned to the author(s).

Author(s) identity is removed from the manuscript and shielded from the reviewers during the review process. The reviewer is left with only the manuscript without any information that might enable him/her uncovers the identity of the author(s). Information removed includes the author(s) name, address/affiliation, country, phone/fax, and email.

Manuscripts are assigned to members of the editorial board of the journal or other qualified reviewers. The review process is done using the manuscript checklist. Reviewers make one of the following recommendations:

  •   Requires Minor Corrections
  •   Requires Moderate Revision
  •   Requires Major Revision

The review reports are sent to the authors. However, reviewers’ identity is removed from the review reports. The author(s) is left with only the review reports/recommendation without any information that might enable him/her uncovers the identity of the reviewers. A minimum of two review reports are required per manuscript.

On receipt of the author(s) revised manuscript, the original manuscript, the revised manuscript, and the review reports are sent to the editor. The editor makes one of the following decisions:

  •  Accept As Is
  •  Requires Minor Corrections
  • Requires Moderate Revision 
  • Requires Major Revision:
  • Reject

Only an editor has the authority to “Reject” or “Accept” a manuscript. If a manuscript is “Accepted”, an acceptance email is issued to the author(s) and the manuscripts are processed for publication.

If a manuscript is rejected, the authors are informed of the decision and no further processing is done on the manuscript.

If a manuscript requires improvement, it is sent to the author(s) with the editor’s recommendation for further revision. The editor makes a final decision on the revised to “Accept” or “Reject” the manuscript.


Publication Frequency

This journal is published semiannually.


Open Access Policy

This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.



This journal utilizes the LOCKSS system to create a distributed archiving system among participating libraries and permits those libraries to create permanent archives of the journal for purposes of preservation and restoration. More...



 2378-0991 (online)


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