Manuscripts are judged by their contribution to the understanding of educational leadership and policy issues.
Manuscripts must be previously unpublished, not under consideration elsewhere, and should be prepared according to the style recommendations in the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association, 6th Ed. (2009).
Manuscripts of 3000-5000 words (plus abstract) should not list the author(s) name(s) in the title, header, and/or footer. Do not substitute the word author for the author(s) name(s) in the manuscript text, citation, and/or reference.
Manuscripts must be accompanied by a cover sheet with each author's current title, position, institutional affiliation, and complete mailing address, phone, fax, and/or e-mail address of each of the authors.
Manuscripts may be submitted electronically or mailed (in triplicate) to the Managing Editor.
Upon receipt of the manuscript, the contact author will receive notification. Each acceptable manuscript will ordinarily be reviewed by three independent reviewers. The blind review process normally takes ten to twelve weeks (excluding summer).
If the manuscript is accepted for publication, authors will be asked to send a PC-compatible electronic document as well as a pdf file of the manuscript.
Authors may be requested to make revisions prior to final acceptance. Authors will receive a copy to proof and approve. The Editor reserves the right to make editorial changes that do not materially affect the meaning of the text.
Manuscripts and correspondence can be submitted online or sent in the mail.