Education Review Letters is a peer–reviewed, Open Access Journal that publishes original research, review articles and short communications in all areas of Education including Adult Education, Environmental Education, Social and Special Education, Curriculum and Teaching, Educational Foundation, Technical and Vocational Education, Motivational Aspects of Learning, Science Education as well as Educational Management. 

Article Processing Charges (APC)

Education Review Letters is an Open Access Journal and as such charges APC. The associated APC for each accepted article is USD 59.

Examining the Causes, Effects and Remedy of the Agatu Crisis in North Central Nigeria
Godwin Adanu Joseph
Chemistry Students’ Mathematics Ability as a Correlate of their Performance in Senior Secondary School Examination
Konduon Avalumun, Tartenger Timothy Terungwa, Agbidye Ann and Enemariae Veronica
Influence of Teachers’ Attitude and Qualification on Academic Performance of Students in Business Studies in Abuja Municipal Area Council, Abuja Nigeria
Olujinmi Adebayo Odeniyi and Ayodele Olanrewaju James
Strategies for Improving Students Attitude towards Integrated Science in Vandikya Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria
Tartenger Timothy Terungwa, Agbidye Ann and Enemariae Veronica
Influence of Teacher Attitude Towards Enhancing Students’ Performance in English Language through the Use of Audio Visual Materials in FCT Abuja
Ali Hamsatu Jumai and Olujinmi Adebayo Odeniyi
Investigation and Analysis of the Foregrounded Element in The Seige The Saga
Thompson Mbaku-Sha’ala and Aworo-Okoroh Joy
Effect of Juvenile Delinquency on the Academic Performance of Senior Secondary III Science Students in Gboko Local Government Area of Benue State, Nigeria
Anna Agbidye, Charles K Tarnongu and Tartenger Timothy Terungwa
Effect of Strike Action on the Academic Performance of Vocational and Technical Education Students in Makurdi
Kogh Donatus Asua, Adadu Comfort Akwonya and Nevkar Daniel Adzua
Investigation of Socio-demographic Determinants of Public Perception of the Role of Psychologists in Controlling Street Begging in Nigeria
Odihi Philip Anebi
Enhancing Educational Management through Quality Assurance for School Improvement in Nigeria
Ako Sunday Ochege
Towards Enhancing the Entrepreneurial Skills of Primary School Pupils through Creative Teaching of Basic Science
Ode Jackson Ochigbudu, Ayua Geoffrey Aondolumun and Alabi Ayodeji Olorunmeye
Significance of Technology and Vocational Education in Promoting Sustainable Economic Development in Nigeria
Ogwa Christopher Eze and Afaor Nguuma Nathaniel
Investigation of Awareness as Predictor for Ebola Virus Prevention
Tamen Mernan Dorcas, Tamen Iyua Eunice and Haruna Shalom Hembafan

Editorial Board

  1. Elizabeth Koh, Institute of Education, Singapore
  2. Jennifer Brant, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, Canada
  3. Caroline Mansfield, Murdoch University, Australia
  4. Joanna Higgins, Victoria University, New Zealand
  5. Agbo Jovial, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria
  6. Magdalene Afoke, National Teachers Institute, Nigeria