Publications

Journal of International and Comparative Education (JICE)

Print ISSN 2232-1802
Electronic ISSN 2289-2567

Call for papers

From the earliest proposals for education development and reform in Asia-Pacific, researchers and practitioners have relied on international and comparative perspectives to illuminate the field of education. International and comparative education is a field devoted to systematic analysis of the process and effect of world education systems. In this regard the fields makes for an ideal vehicle for interdisciplinary learning and can be used to bring relevance, depth, challenge and breadth to all issues related. The Journal of International and Comparative Education (JICE) focuses on the emerging role of international and comparative education in Asia-Pacific with each issue devoting an article outside the region to provide for a broader comparative perspective of educational issues as relevant in regions outside Asia-Pacific. JICE publishes peer-reviewed research and critical/theoretical reviews of issues in education as presented from a number of locations/ societies/ nations both at international and country levels. Some prominent issues may include, among others, education in the knowledge economy at all scales from global to local; education provision issues such as efficiency, effectiveness, access/equity, gender, culture and religion as well as teaching and learning, broadly defined. JICE provides theoretical and practical importance and relevance to scholars, policy-makers and practitioners alike with interest in the field of international and comparative education.


Issues:

March 2012 (Inaugural Issue, Vol 1, Issue 1)
Global Challenges and the Emerging Role of International and Comparative Education

September 2012 (Vol 1, Issue 2)

March 2013 (Vol 2, Issue 1)

September 2013 (Vol 2, Issue 2)


Editorial Board
  • Lorraine Symaco (University of Malaya, Malaysia) (Chair)
  • Nalini Asha Biggs ( University of California San Diego, USA)
  • Marodsilton Muborakshoeva (Institute of Ismaili Studies, London UK)
  • Ellen Behrstock-Sherratt (American Institutes for Research, USA)
  • Siow Heng Loke (Asia-E University, Malaysia)
  • Kentei Takaya (Fukuoka Jo Gakuin University, Japan)
  • Yoko Tsuruta (Meiji Gakuin University, Japan)

International Advisory Board
  • Colin Brock (University of Oxford, UK) (Chair)
  • Keith Borien (Fort Hare University, South Africa)
  • Robin Burns (La Trobe University, Australia)
  • Gerald Fry (University of Minnesota, USA)
  • Jiyeon Hong (Kyungmin College, Korea)
  • Garry Hornby (Canterbury University, New Zealand)
  • Yue Li (Tsinghua University, China)
  • Francisco Lopez Segrera (Universitat Politecnica de Catalunya, Spain)
  • Mohd Akhtar Siddiqui (Jamia Millia Islamia University, India)
  • Shin'ichi Suzuki (Waseda University, Japan)
  • Konai Helu Thaman (University of South Pacific, Fiji)
  • Keith Watson (University of Reading, UK)

Editorial Correspondence

Editorial correspondence should be addressed to Dr. Lorraine Symaco, Centre for Research in International and Comparative Education, Faculty of Education, University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur 50603, Malaysia (jice@um.edu.my)