The International Journal of Educational Management (IJEM) provides those interested in the effective management of the educational process with a broad overview of developments and best practice in the field, with particular reference to how new ideas can be applied worldwide. The journal contains material relating to innovation in educational management across the spectrum, the development of educational delivery mechanisms, and the creation of an environment in which the management of resources provides the most efficient outputs achievable on an international basis to allow the sharing of new initiatives.
As the whole structure and philosophy of education goes through a sea-change, and as budgets are cut, educational managers need to keep abreast of new developments in order to maximize their resources and determine the most appropriate management strategy for their institution.
The International Journal of Educational Management addresses the increasingly complex role of the educational manager, offering international perspectives on common problems and providing a forum for the sharing of ideas, information and expertise.
"Leading scholars choose to publish in IJEM. As an example, since 2010 the following thought leaders have contributed to IJEM: Raymond Calabrese; Ron Heck; Wayne Hoy; Stephen Jacobson; Olof Johansson; John McCormick; Reynold Macpherson; Jorunn Moller; Lejf Moos; Daniel Muijs; Bill Mulford; Izhar Oplatka; Petros Pashiardis; and Pat Sammons have chosen IJEM as an outlet for their work.
Most importantly, IJEM covers an expansive array of sectors (higher education, business faculties; schools; TVET; among others) with a breadth of contributors drawn from well beyond the major Anglophone academy. This gives IJEM an international coverage that few journals in the field can claim."
Prof Scott Eacott
Australian Catholic University
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This journal is ranked by: Australian Business Deans Council (ABDC) Journal Quality List - B ranking
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