Florida Journal of Educational Research
ISSN Print: 0428-7355
ISSN Online: 2575-6109
The Florida Journal of Educational Research (FJER) is published by the Florida Educational Research Association (FERA). The basic purpose of FJER is to facilitate communication among educators, policy-makers, and researchers in the state of Florida and beyond. Although the Journal is the primary publication of FERA, manuscripts submitted by both members and nonmembers of the Association will be considered for publication. FJER has been published since 1959 originally as a print journal distributed to all current members of FERA. In 1996, the journal began to publish online articles and is now published exclusively published online as an open-access academic journal.
Articles for consideration must be original research that has not been previously published and should focus on studies and systematic analyses that employ qualitative, quantitative, or mixed methodologies. The number of theoretical articles published by FJER each year is unlimited since each article is assigned a unique issue number. FJER is a double-blind peer-reviewed academic journal with typical editorial decisions based on the reviews of two to three members of the editorial board.
FJER publishes original research, literature reviews, implementation and evaluation studies, and theoretical, conceptual, and policy papers that contribute to our understanding of the issues, problems, and research associated with educational environments. Articles for consideration do not have to originate from the state of Florida. Articles should be 5,000 to 7,000 words in length. While the acceptance rate of the journal varies from year to year, our approximate acceptance rate is 25% – 45%.
Message from Executive Editor
FJER was launched more than 50 years ago by the Florida Educational Research Association (FERA). FJER has a long-standing reputation of publishing high-quality articles on a range of topic in the educational research community using a wide variety of methods, including quantitative, qualitative, and mixed methods.
We are proud to provide authors with a quick turnaround for the peer-review process. FJER typically provides reviews within two-months of submission. This includes 2-weeks for an editorial review, 4-weeks for peer-review process, and 2-weeks to make editorial decisions. With editorial board members from across the state of Florida, we are truly a state represented journal and professional association.
All of our editorial board members have extensive educational research and practice experience. If you are willing to turn around reviews quickly electronically and wish to join our editorial board, email a current C.V. or resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you for considering FJER to publish your research.
Albert D. Ritzhaupt, Ph.D.