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Caribbean Journal of Education

About the Caribbean Journal of Education

The Caribbean Journal of Education is a forum that aims to stimulate thought and discussion about issues in education that affect Caribbean people in the region and worldwide. Since its inception in 1974, this peer-reviewed journal has been reporting on research and developments in the region, including:

  • Examinations of controversial issues from a sociocultural, historical, or philosophical perspective
  • Reports of research, employing a variety of research methods
  • Papers that focus on learning in both school and non-school settings
  • Critical analyses of education and schooling
  • Case histories of students, teachers, and administrators
  • Case studies of institutions
  • Analyses of good practice
  • Critical inquiry into all aspects of education and schooling
  • Discussions of the experiences of Caribbean teachers, teacher educators, students, and parents in the diaspora

CJE is published twice yearly, in April and September, the two issues constituting one volume.

All editorial, subscription, & business correspondence, including books for review should be addressed to:
The Chief Editor,
Caribbean Journal of Education,
School of Education,
The University of the West Indies,
Mona, Kingston 7, Jamaica, West Indies.


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