The Centre for Research in International and Comparative Education (CRICE) embodies a focus on research in international and comparative issues in education that affect educational policies and practice, broadly defined. Some prominent issues may include, among others, education in the knowledge economy at all scales from global to local; education provision issues such as efficiency, effectiveness, access/equity, gender, culture and religion as well as teaching and learning. The Centre focuses on, but not be restricted to, South East Asia. It is envisioned that the Centre will help overcome the relative dearth of research in this field in South East Asia. Globally there is a realisation that Interdisciplinary study and research is the way forward. Consequently, the Centre will also examine how related and contributing disciplines to educational studies (such as history, economics, geography and sociology) help to analyse and explain education systems and contribute to their improvement.
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International Online Jornal of Educational Leadership (IOJEL) is a double-blind peer-reviewed open access journal which is published twice a year, in January and July in English. This journal published empirical conceptual, and review papers of excpetional quality that contributes to the theoretical and practical discussions of educational leadership thinking and practices. It provides a platform for deliberations and exchange of knowledge among educational leadership scholars and practitioners to discuss issues and development in leadership for schools, educational management, educational organizations, and higher education. IOJEL accepts manuscripts in any mode of inqury (e.g., positivist, interpretative or critical approach) with qualitative, quantitative, or mix method that has the potential to contribute to the field of educational leadership.
Last Update: 06/12/2023