Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission represents an original work that has not been published elsewhere nor submitted to another journal for publication;
- The submission indicates that the Institutional Review Board (IRB) human subjects approval was secured, or explain why it was not required;
- The submission cites current theoretical and empirically-based literature;
- The submission reports sample size, population, confidence interval, and effect size, if applicable;
- The submission is written in language that is engaging, lively, and direct, using active voice whenever possible;
- The submission includes tables and figures as separate files, if applicable;
- The submission adheres to word count and APA stylistic and bibliographic requirements; and
- All identifying information has been removed from all documents and file names.
HEPE publishes peer-reviewed original empirical research. Research may employ a variety of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed method approaches. Single and multi-institutional studies are encouraged, as well as innovative or provocative approaches to research or the way research is reported.
Review articles present critical evaluations of materials that have been previously published. Articles may include meta-analyses, policy analyses, and theoretical papers. Review articles should include the following sections: a) the issue being considered, b) summary of previous literature, c) discussion of relationships including inconsistencies, gaps, and disagreements.
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Graduate Research in Progress
HEPE welcomes submissions from graduate students, including masters and doctoral level, wishing to submit preliminary findings from original research. These articles provide research findings and implications for scholars, practitioners, and policy makers
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