IJME welcomes submissions from the global community, particularly those engaging collaboration from multinational researchers. To provide adequate reviews to submissions from the world, we also need reviewers from the global community. We welcome and invite reviewers who can provide substantial, timely, and constructive comments to our authors. When you register as a reviewer, please list your geographical expertise (e.g., country names) as well as your topical, methodological, and/or theoretical expertise as your review interests. 

Special Issue: IJME Special Issue 2021-Deadline Extended!


Digital Inclusion and Digital Divide in Education Revealed by    the Global Pandemic”

Call for Papers extended to June 1, 2021

Posted: 2021-04-20 More...

Special Issue: Call for Guest Editors

Special Issue on Indigenous Perspectives and Experiences in Education  
Posted: 2021-03-22 More...

Special Issue: Call for Papers


 2021 Special Issue Theme:

"Digital Inclusion and Digital Divide in Education Revealed by the Global Pandemic"

Guest Editors:

Aileen C. Park, Yonsei University

Pablo C. Ramirez, CSU Dominguez Hills

Paul Sparks, Pepperdine University

Posted: 2020-12-31 More...

IJME is accepted for coverage in Emerging Sources Citation Index

IJME was accepted, in August 2017, for coverage in Emerging Sources Citation Index (ESCI). Clarivate Analytics, the evaluation agency, confirms, "Journals in ESCI have passed an initial editorial evaluation and can continue to be considered for inclusion in products such as...SSCI [Social Science Citation Index]...which have rigorous evaluation processes and selection criteria." The editorial team of IJME is pleased to receive this honor and continues to commit to its mission of creating globally significant content. As users, we ask you to read, cite, and share our journal content at your pleasure.  
Posted: 2017-08-15

Special Issue Announcement on Critical Autoethnography

Check out our special issue focusing on the topic "Critical Autoethnography in Pursuit of Educational Equity" at It's published in February 2017.  
Posted: 2017-02-28

IJME is ranked within the best 100 scholarly journals in cultural studies.

According to SJR (Scientific Journal Rank), IJME is the 61st best among selected global academic journals in the field of cultural studies with the impact factor of .29. The global access to the journal is growing. Be part of the growing trend as an author, reader, and promoter!  
Posted: 2017-02-28

A perfect multicultural education teaching and learning tool!

A 30-minute DVD, Multicultural Education: Past, Present, and Future, is available for purchase. It features interviews with distinquished scholars and practitioners of multicultural education: Drs. Rose Duhon-Sells, Donna Gollnick, Carl Grant, Christorpher Knaus, Kevin Kumashiro, Sonia Nieto, Francisco Rios, and Christine Sleeter.  
Posted: 2017-02-28 More...
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