The Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean (JEDIC) is a peer reviewed, refereed journal which publishes original contributions on educational policies, processes, theory and practices relevant to the Caribbean as well as on issues on social and economic development in which education plays a role. These interests include research from developed and developing countries outside the region, which have relevance for the Caribbean context. Contributions which report critical essays, case studies and book reviews, research abstracts and research studies are welcome.
JEDIC targets an international audience active in education policy and practice as well as those who are participants in the education development process in the Caribbean. These include educational researchers, policy makers, teachers, the commercial and industrial world, and scholars with research interests in all levels of the education system both formal and informal.
JEDIC is published twice yearly in June and December, the two issues constituting one volume.
All editorial, subscription, & business correspondence, including books for review should be addressed to:
The Chief Editor,
Journal of Education and Development in the Caribbean,
School of Education,
The University of the West Indies,
Mona, Kingston 7, Jamaica, West Indies.