About the Journal
Kuwait Journal of Education (KJE) (ISSN:2984-7656)
Aim and Scope:
The Kuwait Journal of Education (KJE) is quarterly (four times a year) peer-reviewed, open-access journal that aims to promote and disseminate high-quality research and scholarship in all areas of education. The journal is dedicated to advancing the understanding of educational theory, practice, and policy, with a particular focus on issues relevant to the Kuwaiti context.
KJE welcomes original research articles, reviews, and commentaries that address a wide range of topics related to education, including but not limited to:
- Curriculum design, development, and implementation
- Teaching and learning practices and pedagogies
- Educational policy, governance, and administration
- Assessment, evaluation, and accountability in education
- Educational technology and innovation
- Multilingual education and language acquisition
- Inclusive and special education
- Teacher education and professional development
- Cross-cultural and international education
The primary goal of KJE is to provide a forum for researchers, scholars, educators, and policymakers to share their knowledge, ideas, and experiences on education. The journal aims to foster critical reflection and dialogue on educational theory and practice, and to contribute to the improvement of educational systems and policies in Kuwait and beyond.
KJE is committed to publishing high-quality research that adheres to the highest standards of scientific rigor, ethical conduct, and scholarly excellence. All manuscripts submitted to the journal undergo a rigorous peer-review process, and authors are expected to follow the journal's guidelines for manuscript preparation and submission.
We encourage researchers, scholars, educators, and policymakers to submit their manuscripts to KJE and contribute to the advancement of educational research and practice. By publishing cutting-edge research and scholarship, KJE aims to make a significant impact on education and society in Kuwait and beyond.