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About This Journal

Journal History

The Journal of Research Initiatives (JRI) is a peer-reviewed and methodologically diverse open access journal, publishing articles and book reviews on K-12 and higher education research and best practices. The peer review process is an essential aspect of JRI, as this maintains a substantial standard in publishing and brings to the journal a diverse editorial review board and researchers globally. The journal covers a broad range of educational issues including social justice, economic equality, academic achievement, intellectual best practices, and cultural empathy. JRI is edited by Dr. Linda Wilson-Jones, founder and editor-in-chief and the editorial staff in the College of Education at Fayetteville State University. The first edition was published Fall/Winter 2013.

All articles published in the journal undergo an exhaustive peer-review process and issues are published bi-annually. The final version of some selected articles may be published in advance, immediately upon acceptance and correction. The Journal of Research Initiatives does not charge a publication or submission fee to authors, thus publication is free to all accepted articles.

Journal Sponsorship

Publisher

School of Education

Office of Research Initiatives

Fayetteville State University

Sponsors

School of Education

Office of Research Initiatives

Fayetteville State University