Educational Research International (ERInt.) is an international, professional, peer reviewed journal. It is regularly published bimonthly in English by SAVAP International (Society for the Advancement of Education through Visionary Academicians/Researchers for Peaceful Globe). It is a scholarly journal of opinion and research in academic research. Its mission is to provide an interdisciplinary forum for discussion and debate about most vital issues in current. It covers a wide range of topics of current concern in educational research. Each issue of will contain a variety of articles, essays, and book reviews. We are interested in receiving well-written and timely papers from individuals for possible publication. The focus of the publication is original completed research that has application to academicians, researchers, policymakers, administrators, and teachers within the broad areas of academic research.
Areas of publication: Quality education, Classroom management, Schooling, Educational administration and computers, Curriculum development, Differing cultural perceptions in education, Distance education, Multimedia environments, Educational economics, Educational and clinical psychology, Teacher education, Educational leadership, Educational management , Educational systems planning, Strategic planning in education, Equity in education, Gender education, Population education, Finance and accountability in education, Globalization and education, Educational establishments, Independent education, Individual professional learning portfolio, Information systems for education and training support Knowledge and education, Lifelong learning and development of competences,College education, child development, Child Psychology, Higher education, E-education, Curriculum Development, Monitoring and Evaluation, Nonformal education, Basic education, Marketing in education, Minimizing educational resources, Mobile learning, Mobile technology in education, Educational policy, New technologies in education, Music Education, Health and physical education, Organisations as learning communities, Autonomy in education, professionalism and decision policies, Policy analysis and evaluation of institutions and study programmes, Professional development of teaching staff, Public policies, Research methods in education, Resource allocation, School and school system improvement, Staff development, Total quality management, Transitional education, Student and teaching mobility,Education & humanities, Education and social sciences, Computer education, Micro teaching.
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