Author Guidelines

Instructions for Authors

The Journal accepts theoretical and research articles on local and international issues in Jewish education. Jewish education is construed broadly as a multifaceted, heuristic and dynamic phenomenon in a variety of disciplinary, geographical, cultural, religious and historical perspectives and contexts.

Articles should be from 5,000 to 8,000 words in length, including a 300 (maximum) word abstract and the reference list. Longer articles of particular significance will be considered. We also welcome shorter essays and responses to articles published in the journal (maximum 3,000 words) and critical book reviews (maximum 2,000 words). Articles should be submitted by e-mail as Word file attachments to the Journal's associte editor: and/or to the Journal at

Please follow submission instructions carefully. All submissions should follow the most recent format of the American Psychological Association Style Manual. APA in-text references or footnotes Chicago Style are acceptable.Tables and figures should be numbered and referred to in the text. Other graphics, such as pictures and diagrams, may be included if they are sharp and clear.

The first page of each submission should include the name of the author(s) and the academic / professional affiliation, the email address of the author for correspondence purposes, and the title of the manuscript. The second page should include the title of the manuscript, a 300 word abstract, and 4 - 7 key words. The third page will constitute the beginning of the article itself. Tables and figures should be included at the end of the manuscript, each on a separate page.

Articles may be submitted in English, Hebrew, French, Spanish or Russian. Articles written in a language other than English must include the articles title, author information, and an abstract in English (see the requirements for the first and second page above).

Submissions will first be evaluated by the Journals editorial staff. Those deemed suitable for the Journal will be sent for blind peer review by external reviewers. In the e-mail communication to which the submission is attached, authors may submit the names of three potential reviewers.

Results of peer review and editorial decisions will be provided by email.

By submission of material to International Journal of Jewish Education Research, all authors warrant that the material is their own, original and unpublished material.

On acceptance for publication, an agreement specifying these terms will be sent to the corresponding author for signature by all authors of that manuscript.