Our goal for quality education for all
We believe in quality education for everyone, everywhere and by highlighting the issue and working with experts in the field, we can start to find ways we can all be part of the solution.
Our goal is to help researchers to share their work, and partner to find ways to break down the divides so there is equal opportunity to access quality education and participate in higher education, training and work, with a voice that is heard. We believe everyone should have a chance to be the best they can be regardless of where they started.
Sharon Parkinson, Publishing Development Manager, Quality Education for all.
If you're an author, researcher, or someone who cares as much as we do about education and lifelong learning, we would love to work with you and help your research to contribute to quality education for all. Get in touch.
Our goal to achieve quality education for all
Research has a vital role to play in breaking down the divides to ensure everyone, everywhere has access to quality education.
We have collated a range of resources into themes relating to the UN SDG goals.
Higher education institutions should, more than ever, engage in the implementation of sustainable...
Good leadership is critical to academic success for all students. How can we solve the problems...
What and how we teach is evolving. Read free articles, and see what our authors think about it.
Related journal articles
A selection of our quality education for all articles.
As always in testing times, the disadvantaged are being hit worst...
How can we disrupt inequities and move toward a vision of educational justice?
Revisiting and revising classic understandings of teachers' work.
A datathon during COVID-19.
Makes the case that OER should be integrated into classrooms beyond the pandemic.
Calls for papers
Browse the latest calls for papers in the area of quality education for all.
A selection of our recent quality education for all titles all with sample chapters available at the Emerald Bookstore.
Part of the series Literacy Research, Practice and Evaluation
Methods, Theories and Practices from the Perspectives of Young People.
Asks what if we work with what emerges in the moment instead of seeing it as an unplanned disruption...
Policy and Practice Within and Across Diverse Contexts.
Opinion & blogs
We welcome contributions from academics, policymakers and professionals about key issues in their area of work. If you have a blog you would like to share, let us know.
The impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on international higher education: critical reflections
Read some critical reflections from Professor Mok, on the impact that COVID-19 has had on higher education.
Why we must support black doctors in nursing and public health
Pamela Felder-Small, Ph.D., Founder Black Doctorates Matter, states that increased representation of African American scholars in the fields of nursing and public health is critical to shaping the educational and socioeconomic conditions of historically marginalised communities.
Quality education for all, leaving no-one behind
Dr. Wendy M. Purcell argues that building confidence and competence through higher education focused on the pursuit of sustainable development is an investment in the shared future of humanity.
What do teachers need to flourish?
Dr Trista Hollweck and Mariana Dominguez from ARC talk about how hope, vigilance, determination, direction, goals and a plan are needed improve the conditions where teachers perform their professional practice.
The purpose-driven university in the face of COVID-19
Should universities focus their resources, knowledge and people for world good? Author of The Purpose Driven University, Professor Debbie Haski-Leventhal argues why now is the ideal time for higher education institutions to intentionally create a positive impact in the world.
Higher education 4.0 – an opportunity to reimagine the future
Dr Ravi Sharma, Professor of Information Systems & Technology & Management at Zayed University discusses the future of higher education beyond the COVID-19 pandemic, suggesting a blended approach as the so-called 'next normal'.
News & press
Below we have a collection of news articles centred around aspects of quality education for all.
Emerald journals receive highest Impact Intensity rating for SDG commitment
Emerald Publishing has been recognised for publishing two of the six journals to receive the highest ‘Five Wheel’ rating from Cabells and St Joseph’s University’s (SJU) first Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Impact Intensity rating.
Emerald partners with COPPUL to open up research content to Indigenous communities
Emerald Publishing has launched a pilot project to open up access to research to a selection of Indigenous post-secondary institutions and communities.
Research by Emerald Publishing highlights the need for innovation in research output to make it fit for the users & learners of tomorrow
A new report by Emerald Publishing has found that academics have a strong desire to change the way research is presented to make it more useable in a post-Covid world.
Green Gown Awards announce winning projects playing leading roles in addressing climate action
Emerald Publishing is a proud sponsor and judge of these awards, celebrating the importance of sustainability commitments.
Deadline extended for the hidden REF competition
Entrants to the hidden REF competition now have until May to enter their submissions. The extension comes in response to the ongoing UK lockdown and...
Why digital and information literacy are so important to education?
Author: Erica Sunarjo, a professional writer, translator, and editor with a Master's degree in Marketing and Social Media. It’s commonly believed that...
Your publishing development team
I’m the Quality Education for All Publishing development manager. I am the contact for the Emerald Open Research ‘Education and Learning’ gateway and also have responsibility for working closely with the educational research community to explore and deliver innovative open publishing routes.
Prof Mok – Goal advisor
Prof Mok has extensively contributed to the field of social change and education policy, and has a strong leadership and entrepreneurial approach to the organisation of the field. Prof Mok values the importance of the SDGs and is an advocate for achieving real impact. He is based at Lingnan University in Hong Kong, ranked 3rd in THE impact rankings for education.