Editorial Policy

Journal of Education Finance

The Editorial Staff welcomes articles concerned with the problems and issues of education finance. The Journal of Education Finance exists to disseminate knowledge in the field of education finance. This includes research and policy advancement in both the K-12 and higher education environments. There are three criteria applied to the review and selection of articles for publication. First, articles must advance knowledge, theory, and practice. Second, the content of articles must be accurate and technically competent. Third, articles must be well written, clear, well organized, and stylistically correct.

A manuscript submitted for publication to the Journal must be original and not under consideration for any other publications. When a manuscript is published by the Journal, it becomes the property of the Journal with the Journal possessing exclusive right to publication. All authors will be required to sign a consent to publish form upon acceptance.

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