Our Journal, Journal of Education Research and Rural Community Development is "open access" targeted towards rethinking Education Research and Rural Community Development, and is published on a continuous basis with two volumes per year. Accepted peer-reviewed articles should seek to provide either empirical, conceptual, or theoretical opinions on current educational and community-related issues. It also encourages discourse on interdisciplinary, cross-disciplinary and transdisciplinary education and community development-related issues, policies and practices. The heading Journal of Education Research and Rural Community Development is however interested in thought-provoking and intellectual debates on general education issues affecting primary, secondary and higher education in the global perspective. The highest consideration will be placed on manuscripts that address the challenges facing rural education and the aesthetic of community development. 

Publication Frequency
Journal of Education Research and Rural Community Development (JERRCD) publishes two issues per year on a continuous basis. That is, articles submitted, reviewed and accepted between January and June each year will be published in the first issue, while articles submitted, reviewed and accepted between July and December each year will be published in the second issue. The accepted article ready for publication at any time is immediately made available online.