Standards for Submissions of Articles to InterEd
InterEd solicits original articles up to 2000 (normally between 500 to 1000) words. We welcome practical ideas as well as more theoretical approaches related to international education, leadership, diversity, learning, and technology in schools. School management and curriculum leadership behavior with respect to the foregoing topics are significant focuses of this publication.
Articles should be submitted electronically as Microsoft Word files. Pictures and other graphic illustrations should be either in Gif, pdf, or JPEG format. All tables should be formatted using the Table tool (versus using tabs). All submissions should be preceded by a header containing the title of the manuscript, the name(s) of the author(s), any affiliations, mail, and e-mail addresses, and telephone numbers. As much as possible, manuscripts should conform to the style set forth in the Publications Manual of the American Psychological Association. The required font is 12 pt. Times New Roman. Submissions should be fully justified and single-spaced.
The Editors may decline to consider a manuscript for several reasons, including poor preparation, an insufficiently clear and detailed presentation, or a lack of adherence to the journal's guidelines for manuscript preparation. The Editors reserve the right to reject manuscripts, and reasonably edit or tailor submissions as space permits. The Editors will seek authorial approval for major changes in substance or structure of submissions. Manuscripts and articles submitted to InterEd may not be simultaneously submitted to other publications. Authors are free to do this with the permission of the Editor of InterEd or after the article has been returned to the author as unpublishable.InterEd does not publish reprints from other publications. Authors who violate this restriction will not be eligible to make future submissions to the journal.
Send questions and submissions to our Editor, Dr. Beverly Shaklee email@example.com
It is the standard policy to include the email address of all contributors so they can be directly contacted by interested readers. Any contributor who does not want his/her email address published should inform the editor.
Authors retain the copyright for material published in InterEd, including but not limited to all rights to authorize subsequent publication and/or translation. Any factual inaccuracies or opinions expressed therein are the authors' own, and do not necessarily reflect the knowledge, views, or positions of AAIE or the editors of InterEd.
Material appearing in InterEd may be distributed freely by electronic or any other means, provided that 1) any such distribution is without charge (unless for purposes of cost recovery by interlibrary loan services); and 2) InterEd is acknowledged as the source. However, no article may be reprinted in any publication without the explicit written permission of the author(s).