Parami's Journal of Education seeks to make valuable educational information readily accessible to the public in the form of both general and scholarly articles.
The Journal also seeks to provide a reputable research destination for industry professionals and academics in Myanmar's education sector, as its editorial advisory board comprises local and international scholars.
Parami Journal of Education publishes a variety of article types.
The goal is to provide general readers (parents, students, the community) and professionals (academics, researchers, teachers, education stakeholders) with relevant and up-to-date information about educational issues and trends in Myanmar.
Kyaw Moe Tun (Parami Institute)
Mark Brown (Parami Institute)
Anthony Welch (University of Sydney)
Oleksandr Shtokvych (Central European University)
Ashley South (Chiang Mai University)
Lynne Heslop (University of Sussex)
Marie Lall (University College London)
Martin Hayden (Southern Cross University)
Matthew Walton (University of Toronto)
Rosalie Metro (University of Missouri-Columbia)
Salai Lian Kual Sang (Independent Scholar)
U Kyi Shwin (Yangon University of Foreign Languages)
U Zaw Lin Tun (Independent Scholar)
Vladimir Briller (Independent Scholar)
Submissions are open to private individuals, researchers, and industry professionals from all sectors - academic, public, private, and NGO.
We also welcome manuscripts from emerging researchers and recent graduate students who seek publication experience and exposure.
Papers accepted for publication in the journal are accepted on the understanding that the content has not been published or submitted for publication elsewhere. This must be stated in a covering letter or email. This covering letter is separate from the submitted manuscript.
Parami Journal of Education is committed to ethical practices at every stage of the research process.
Where appropriate, use language that includes all people. For example, unless referring to specific people, use gender inclusive phrases like “she/he” instead of simply “he”, or “humankind” instead of “mankind”.
Plagiarism occurs when an author uses content of another author’s work without appropriately citing and acknowledging the other author’s work. Parami Journal of Education has a zero-tolerance policy regarding plagiarism. Please ensure that your work is appropriately cited and referenced.
Declare any sponsorship or funding sources and any possible competing interest. Failure to do this will result in the article being dismissed or withdrawn.
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