About the Journal
Focus and Scope
The journal publishes work from all relevant subject areas, but priority is given to those that, in addition to showing acceptable scholarship, fulfil one or more of the following criteria: (a) describe or evaluate experiments in curriculum intervention that have relevance for Caribbean school systems, (b) discuss theoretical matters that can favourably affect thought on education in the Caribbean, and (c) promote continuous curriculum renewal in the Caribbean region.
Peer Review Process
Manuscripts submitted for publication are first screened by a member of either the Editorial Advisory Board or the Editorial Committee to determine whether: 1) the article is suitable for publication and can be submitted for peer review as is; 2) the article is suitable for publication but needs work before being submitted for peer review; or 30 the article is not suitable for publication in Caribbean Curriculum. Manuscripts that are successfully screened, or which have been revised in light of the screening report, are sent for blind peer review to two reviewers selected for their expertise in the specific area. Reviewers may be from national, regional, or international academic institutions.
The journal will publish one collective issue per year
Open Access Policy
This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.
Journal History: Caribbean Curriculum begun publication in May 1985 as a biannual journal. In 2001, with volume 8, the journal changed to an annual publication and since then has been published regularly. In 2009, the Editorial structure was reconstituted and persons were invited to serve on the Editorial Advisory Board and the Editorial Committee of the journal for three years in the first instance, with the option to renew membership.