About the Journal

The African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is a peer-reviewed, open access journal that publishes original research articles, review articles, and case studies in all areas of education and practice. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, and policy makers to share their insights, experiences, and solutions to the challenges and opportunities of education and practice in Africa and beyond.

One of the distinctive features of the African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is its high-quality indexing. The journal is indexed by reputable and credible index engines such as Google Scholar, EBSCO, and Scilit. Indexing enhances the visibility, accessibility, and impact of the journal and its articles, as well as the recognition and reputation of the authors.

Another hallmark of the African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is its rigorous and efficient peer review process. The journal adheres to the highest standards of academic integrity and quality, and ensures that all submissions are evaluated by qualified and experienced reviewers. The peer review process takes between 2 weeks and 2 months, depending on the complexity and scope of the manuscript. The journal also provides constructive feedback and guidance to the authors to help them improve their work.

The African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) also prides itself on its customer responsiveness and satisfaction. The journal has a dedicated editorial team that responds promptly and professionally to all queries and concerns of the authors and readers. The journal also offers publication e-certificates to each author and DOI to each publication, which are valuable for citation and verification purposes.

Finally, the African Journal of Education and Practice is cost friendly and convenient for the authors. The journal charges a nominal publication fee of USD 150, which covers the expenses of editing, formatting, indexing, hosting, and archiving. The journal also accepts various payment methods such as PayPal, Western Union, Bank Transfer and Mobile Money.

The African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is one of the IPRJB journals that strive to promote excellence in research and practice in various fields and disciplines. By publishing in this journal, you will not only contribute to the advancement of knowledge and practice in education, but also benefit from the exposure, recognition, and impact that IPRJB journals offer.