African Journal of Education and Practice

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ISSN: 2519-0296 (online)

DOI: 10.47604/ajep.

Impact Factor: 3.6

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African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP) is an international peer-reviewed journal that publishes original research papers on various topics related to education and practice. The journal aims to provide a platform for scholars, practitioners, policymakers, and educators to share their insights, experiences, and innovations in the field of education and practice. The AJEP is an open access journal, which means that all articles are freely available online for anyone to read, download, and reuse. The journal follows the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, which allows users to copy and redistribute the material in any medium or format, as long as they give appropriate credit to the original authors and sources.

African Journal of Education and Practice welcomes submissions from authors around the world who wish to publish their papers in a reputable and high-impact journal. The journal accepts manuscripts in English that are original, unpublished, and not under consideration by any other journal or publisher. The journal has a fast and easy submission process, which can be done online through the journal’s website. The journal also offers low-cost publication fees of USD 150 per article, which covers the costs of manuscript editing, proofreading, formatting, indexing, and archiving.

African Journal of Education and Practice is indexed by several databases and platforms, such as Google Scholar, EBSCOhost, SCILIT, and Crossref. These databases and platforms help to increase the visibility and accessibility of the journal’s articles, as well as to enhance their citation and impact. The journal also provides authors with copyright and permissions guidance, as well as manuscript preparation checklists and submission guidelines.

African Journal of Education and Practice is committed to ensuring the quality and integrity of its publications. The journal follows a rigorous peer review process, in which each manuscript is evaluated by at least two independent reviewers who are experts in the relevant field. The reviewers provide constructive feedback and suggestions to help improve the manuscript’s content, structure, style, and presentation. The final decision on the acceptance or rejection of a manuscript is made by the editor-in-chief, based on the reviewers’ recommendations.

African Journal of Education and Practice is a valuable source of information and knowledge for anyone interested in education and practice. The journal publishes papers that contribute to the advancement of theory, research, policy, and practice in various domains of education, such as curriculum development, teaching methods, learning outcomes, assessment, evaluation, educational leadership, management, administration, governance, innovation, technology, diversity, inclusion, equity, quality assurance, accreditation, ethics, professionalism, and more.

If you are looking for an easy-to-publish-in international journal that offers fast publication turnaround time (within 4 weeks), low publication fees (USD 150), open access (free online access), high visibility (indexed by Google Scholar etc.), high impact (cited by other scholars), and high quality (peer-reviewed by experts), then you should consider submitting your paper to the African Journal of Education and Practice (AJEP). You can find more information about the journal’s scope, aims, objectives, editorial board, policies, procedures, instructions for authors on the journal’s website. Visit Journal Site

Peer Review and Publication Process

  1. A full double-blind refereeing process is used that comprises of the following steps.
  2. A preliminary review for content and form is done by the Chief Editor, and a notification of the adequacy and acceptability is communicated to the author immediately. Papers are accepted or rejected at this point.
  3. Upon acceptance, the author is requested to pay the publication fee so that a formal acceptance letter is issued. Once the formal acceptance letter is issued, the paper is sent to 2 reviewers for review.
  4. The reviewers’ recommendations determine the extent of changes that are required.
  5. For papers which require changes, Internal editors will follow up to ensure that these are effected.
    Author/Corresponding Author will be notified about the possible date of publication
  6. Upon publication, the authors will be issued with links to their publication, a pdf copy of the publication and a publication certificate.
  7. Authors requiring hardcopy print of the issue in which their paper appears can make orders and this will be processed on demand.


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2 reviews for African Journal of Education and Practice

  1. Jacob De’ Kiage

    Excellent. Keep up the good work.

  2. Hanan AbdulRab


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