About This Journal
The mission of the (JERAP) is to provide a forum for studies and dialogue about developments and change in the field of education and learning. More information about JERAP can be found in Aims and Scope.
JERAP supports the open exchange of information and offers Diamond Open Access, which includes free access to peer-reviewed articles and content without charging article processing and publishing fees. Please see the Policies section for more information on authors’ rights.
All manuscripts are peer reviewed and a first decision is provided to authors approximately 30 days after submission. Articles in JERAP are published on an as-accepted basis and appear online immediately upon completion of our production process.
Indexing and Abstracting
The is listed in Ulrich’s and Cabells' Journal Whitelist. Articles are indexed in the following services:
- EBSCO Open Access Education Collection
- EBSCO Open Access Journals
- Education Source
- Education Database
- ProQuest Central
- ProQuest Social Sciences Premium Collection
Amy White, PhD serves as an academic program coordinator in the Richard W. Riley College of Education and Leadership at Walden University. She has conducted research focused on social justice in the field of education, including the re-segregation of southern schools, and the effects of standardized testing on the process of learning to read. Dr. White has facilitated the learning of teachers at the undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral levels and has worked with community colleges on recertification credits for local educators. Dr. White has designed doctoral research courses, and graduate courses focused on learner-centered practices. She has a number of publications and national paper presentations. Her research interests include social justice, learner centered curriculum, and mentoring students in an online environment.
Contact the editor at [email protected].