The Journal of International and Comparative Education (JICE) focuses on the emerging role of international and comparative education. JICE publishes peer-reviewed research and critical/theoretical reviews of issues in education as presented from a number of locations both at international and country levels. Some prominent issues may include, among others, education in the knowledge economy; education provision issues such as efficiency, effectiveness, access/equity, gender, culture and religion as well as teaching and learning, broadly defined. JICE provides theoretical and practical importance and relevance to scholars, policy-makers and practitioners alike with interest in the field of international and comparative education. The Journal of International and Comparative Education (JICE) is abstracted and indexed in the Australian Research Council (ERA Journal List), Directory of Open Access Journals (DOAJ), Educational Research Abstracts (ERA), Emerging Sources Citations Index (ESCI), Focus (Journals and Conference Proceedings), Malaysian Citation Index, UDLedge Social and Science and Humanities Citation Index (SS&HCI). JICE is owned and published by the University of Malaya Press.