The Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Education is a scholarly publication dedicated to advancing research and knowledge in the field of education. Published by Godfrey Okoye University, this journal provides a platform for researchers, academicians, and practitioners to disseminate their original contributions, theoretical perspectives, empirical studies, and innovative practices in the domain of education.

Focus and Scope: The journal focuses on a broad range of topics within the field of education, including but not limited to:

  1. Educational Policy and Planning: Research and analysis of policies, strategies, and planning frameworks related to educational systems, institutions, and programs.

  2. Curriculum and Instruction: Investigation of curriculum development, instructional methodologies, teaching strategies, and pedagogical practices in various educational contexts.

  3. Educational Psychology: Exploration of psychological theories, concepts, and interventions relevant to teaching and learning processes, student motivation, cognition, and development.

  4. Assessment and Evaluation: Examination of assessment practices, evaluation methodologies, and measurement techniques used to assess student learning outcomes and educational program effectiveness.

  5. Educational Technology: Investigation of the integration of technology into educational settings, the impact of digital resources, e-learning, virtual learning environments, and instructional design.

  6. Teacher Education and Professional Development: Research and analysis of pre-service and in-service teacher education programs, professional development initiatives, and best practices for teacher effectiveness and enhancement.

  7. Special Education and Inclusive Practices: Study of inclusive education policies, strategies, and practices for students with disabilities and diverse learning needs, as well as interventions for promoting inclusive classrooms and communities.

  8. Comparative and International Education: Comparative analysis of educational systems, policies, and practices across different countries and regions, addressing issues of globalization, equity, and cultural diversity.

  9. Educational Leadership and Management: Exploration of leadership theories, practices, and challenges in educational institutions, including school management, governance, and organizational development.

The journal encourages interdisciplinary approaches and welcomes submissions that engage with educational research from various perspectives, including sociological, philosophical, historical, and anthropological lenses.

The Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Education aims to foster the exchange of ideas, theories, and empirical findings among researchers, educators, policymakers, and stakeholders in the field of education. By promoting rigorous scholarship, critical analysis, and evidence-based practices, the journal seeks to contribute to the advancement of educational theory, policy, and practice at local, national, and international levels.

Submission Guidelines: Authors interested in submitting their work to the Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Education are encouraged to consult the journal's website for detailed guidelines regarding manuscript preparation, submission procedures, and ethical considerations. The journal follows a rigorous peer-review process to ensure the quality and validity of published articles.

Editorial Board: The journal is led by a distinguished editorial board comprising experts and scholars from diverse educational backgrounds and specialties. The board members provide their expertise, guidance, and critical evaluation to ensure the integrity and academic excellence of the journal.

Publication Frequency: The Godfrey Okoye University International Journal of Education is published  biannually (June and December). Each issue features a collection of high-quality articles, research papers, book reviews, and critical commentaries, providing a valuable resource for researchers, educators, and policymakers in the field of education.