Aims & Scope
The Electronic Journal of Inclusive Education (EJIE) publishes research, reviews, scholarly writings and poetry concerning the inclusion of students with special learning needs in regular classrooms. The EJIE is concerned with inclusion issues at all levels of educational endeavors: research, administrative issues, classroom teaching and exemplary university student work.
The Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education defines inclusive education within the broad context of the following Council of Exceptional children guidelines.
Special Education has within its heritage the perspectives of advocacy for persons with exceptionalities and of embracing individual differences.
Therefore the purpose of the Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education is to support critical conversations concerning inclusion, multicultural issues, democratic ethics, and democratic schools. Many voices are encouraged to participate in these conversations through the writing of scholarly articles, reviews, research and poetry. Additionally those in academia are asked to submit exemplary pre-service teachers work dealing with these issues. Articles representative of a variety of disciplinary bases are accepted; the focus of the Electronic Journal for Inclusive Education is not limited to or slanted toward any specific method of inquiry or analysis, neither quantitative, qualitative, empirical nor rational.
Articles published in the EJIE may be reproduced for nonprofit use by any educational or public institution. Any commercial use of this journal in whole or in part by any means is strictly prohibited. Authors of accepted articles assign to the EJIE the right to publish and distribute their text electronically and to save it and make a permanently available electronically. Authors retain the copyright, and after it has appeared in the Electronic Journal of Inclusive Education they may publish it in any form they wish as long as the EJIE is acknowledged as the original source.