How to Submit an Article

Note:The Journal for Leadership and Instruction is currently accepting article submissions for the Fall 2023 Issue.

The deadline for submission is July 1st, 2023 @ 11:59pm.

The Editorial Board of the Journal for Leadership and Instruction has identified the
following thematic interests for the 2022 issues:

  • Early Childhood Development
  • Social and Emotional Development and Mental Health
  • School Finance
  • Culturally Responsive and Sustaining Education
  • Media Literacy
  • Equity in Student Achievement
  • School Safety
  • Diversity in the School Workforce

Guidance for Author Submission:

  • Authors should follow APA Manual 7 guidelines.
  • The review of related literature should be written in the past tense.
  • All submissions should be double-spaced, in 12-point font.
  • No article will be accepted if it is more than 10-pages long (double-spaced).
  • Suggested changes are the responsibility of the author.
  • Editors retain the right to alter submissions for clarity and space available in each issue.

Where to Submit:

To be considered for publication, all submissions should be sent by email as a Word (.docx) file to both members of our Publishing Staff below:

Reprints & Photocopying Information:

Copying requires the expressed permission of the Journal for Leadership and Instruction. For permission, please write to:

Mr. George L. Duffy | Coordinating Publisher, Journal for Leadership and Instruction


100 Lawrence Avenue

Smithtown, NY 11787

Note: Please send fax requests to 631-360-8489.

Published by:
SCOPE Education Services

Executive Director/CEO & Coordinating Publisher

Mr. George L. Duffy
100 Lawrence Avenue
Smithtown, NY 11787
Telephone: 631-360-0800 | Fax: 631-360-8489


Dr. Richard Bernato

About SCOPE:

SCOPE Education Services is a not-for-profit, private, voluntary organization permanently chartered by the New York State Board of Regents to provide services to school districts. Founded in 1964 by school superintendents, it is a cooperative venture for sharing resources to deal with common concerns. It is governed by a Board of Directors of school superintendents and college representatives and serves as a regional School Study Council and School Board Institute.