Publication Ethics

The Journal of Teaching & Learning in Africa complies absolutely with the ethics for scientific publication. It publishes empirical and theoretical papers whose theoretical frameworks, methodology, data collection instruments, statistical tools and analyses, as well as results and discussions are verifiable. Key sources of information must be acknowledged and documented. There is zero tolerance for fabrication of data, misleading interpretation of research findings, and bias against any gender, socio-economic and cultural groups. Authors are expected to abide by all the relevant, expressed and implied, ethical principles upheld generally within the scientific community.