Guidelines for Writers
Jewish Educational Leadership is a journal of thought and practice geared toward Jewish education professionals from across the denominational spectrum. Each issue contains articles including research, descriptions of effective programs, cutting edge practices and out of the box thinking, alongside regular features.
How to Prepare Your Article
Each issue focuses on a theme, and all articles related to the theme will be considered. Articles should be 1,000 – 1,500 words in length.
Please use the reference style outlined by the American Psychological Association. References should be cited in the text as (Piaget, 1964) and listed them in bibliographic form at the end of the article. Citations of biblical verses and talmudic passages should be included in the text of the article, surrounded by parentheses. Hebrew text must be transliterated and should follow the general rules used by the Encyclopaedia Judaica, with the following exceptions: ח is h; צ is tz. Sephardic pronunciation should be used.
For other matters of style, refer to The Chicago Manual of Style, Merriam-Webster’s Collegiate Dictionary (10th ed.), and the Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association.
Authors bear full responsibility for the accuracy of citations, quotations, figures, and facts.
How to Submit Your Article
Manuscripts must be submitted via e-mail as an attachment in Microsoft Word format, and sent to the editor. Please write a note in the body of the email introducing yourself (with your name and contact information) and explaining for which issue your article is being submitted. Copyright of published articles is assigned to the The Lookstein Center.
Decisions regarding publication are made by the editorial staff. The Lookstein Center reserves the right to reject material, whether solicited or otherwise.
Please submit all queries to Zvi Grumet.