About the Journal

The Journal of Educational and Behavioral Sciences (JEBS) publishes empirical research articles in the disciplines of education, or articles that have clear stipulations with education and pedagogical science. The journal publishes manuscripts related to quality education, early education and care, students learning, teachers’ development, curriculum, educational leadership, instructional technology, special needs education, educational psychology and other cross cutting issues in education. Manuscripts that address local issues and are hard to understand to the international audience won’t be accepted and won’t be treated within the realm of the journal. Manuscripts that fall to the scope of the journal and its submission guidelines will be subjected to double blind peer review. Accordingly, manuscripts that satisfy the standards of the journal will be published up on the recommendations of the editor-in- chief who in turn solely depend on the recommendations of the reviewers. The editor –in-chief however will have the right to reject manuscripts and make suggestions and modification before the peer reviewing processes.

The Journal of Educational and Behavioral Sciences (JEBS) will also publish book and article reviews, short communications that have clear connections to timely issues in education. However, unless otherwise, the need for the book and article reviews including the short communications are found to be relevant and convincing to the editor-in-chief, due weight will be given to research articles (empirical and non-empirical types).