About the Caribbean Educational Research Journal (CERJ)


Aims and Scope

 
  


The Caribbean Educational Research Journal (CERJ) is a peer-reviewed journal that publishes educational research, broadly defined, in relation to issues within the Caribbean region, about Caribbean populations beyond the Caribbean, and regarding topics that may be unrelated to but have direct implications for Caribbean populations and contexts. The journal considers educational research across the levels of preschool through adulthood. CERJ publishes research and scholarly papers, including original or empirical research, reviews, and essays. Articles published by CERJ reflect a range of research methodologies and theories as well as innovate avenues for disseminating scholarship such as multimodal publications. CERJ is open to qualitative, quantitative and mixed methods approaches. CERJ functions as an avenue for innovative modes of inquiry regarding Caribbean populations, issues, and contexts and seeks to link theory to practice by demonstrating how insights from Caribbean-related venues might influence scholarship beyond these contexts and vice versa.

Because CERJ operates as an open forum, the contents should not be construed as a reflection of the stance of the University of the West Indies School of Education Cave Hill Campus, its officers, or its members.


Find out more information on CERJ:

Faculty of Humanities and Education
Telephone: (246) 417-4385/87 Fax: (246) 424-0634 E-mail: humanities@cavehill.uwi.edu