Manuscript Submissions The Journal of African American Males in Education (JAAME) encourages scholarly submissions from education researchers and practitioners which address the unique realities of African American males in education. Submissions should have clearly identified recommendations for research, theory and practice which can lead to the improved condition of African American male students, teachers, faculty, staff, administrators, and fathers in P-20 educational contexts. Type of Articles that JAAME Publishes Manuscripts submissions to JAAME should illustrate clear evidence of a theoretical underpinning or conceptual framework. Submissions should be written in a manner which is comprehendible and useful to both researchers and practitioners of education in ...
Reviewers Those who review for the Journal of African American Males in Education (JAAME) must adhere to four journal policies. 1) First and foremost, they must maintain confidentiality of the manuscripts they receive. Information must not be used from the manuscript, in any way (e.g., citation, ideas, findings) while in the pre-publication process. After publication, we encourage reviewers to do so. 2) Next, we ask that reviewers be forthright in their relationship to the author(s) of a given manuscript. We do not want the quality of JAAME publications or the authors’ work to be questioned due to a conflict of interest. If a ...
JAAME is a peer-reviewed journal devoted to advancing scholarship and practice on African American males in education. JAAME is devoted to the study of African American males throughout the educational pipeline (P-20), in various contexts (e.g., urban, suburban, rural), and in multiple capacities (e.g., students, teachers, faculty, staff, administrators, fathers).
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