Aims and Scope
Research Journal in Comparative Education (RJCE) publishes peer-reviewed articles in education-related subjects which involve the enquiry and evaluation of various educational systems as those practised in different societies and countries in Africa and beyond. The journal welcomes researches that are aimed to: describe educational systems, processes and outcomes; help in the development of educational institutions at all levels, and practices in various countries; highlight the relationships between education and society; establish generalised statements about education that are valid the world over. These are aimed to bring research and knowledge to the widest possible audience in both developed and developing worlds.
SCOPE AND FOCUS
Well researched papers are welcome in the following areas of education: Adult and Continuing Education, Arts Education, Commercial Education, Computer Education, Special Education, Science Education, Educational Foundations, Educational/Psychology, Guidance and Counselling, Health and Physical Education, Library and Information Science, Social Sciences Education, Vocational Teacher Education (Technical Education), Religion Education, Sport Science, Curriculum and Instruction, Early Childhood and Primary Education, Health and Safety Education and Teacher Education