Welcome to the
Journal of Professional
Capital and Community

We are delighted to welcome you to the
Journal of Professional Capital and Community (JPCC).
Meet the Editor-in-Chief Martin Scalan as he introduces
you to JPCC.

Learn more.

The Journal of Professional Capital and Community is an international, professionally refereed, scholarly journal, reflecting the most important ideas and evidence of the nature and impact of interactions and relationships in the education profession, especially in the school sector.

Image: Clarivate Analytics.For the first time, in one single place of scholarly research and inquiry, this journal brings together the most influential leading thinkers and emerging scholars on professional cultures, communities and collegiality and how they all contribute to or impede the development of the professional capital in schools and school systems that enhances students' learning, wellbeing, achievement and engagement.

This journal is ranked, abstracted and indexed by Clarivate Analytics' Emerging Sources Citation Index.

About the Journal

The Journal of Professional Capital and Community reflects the most important ideas and evidence of the nature and impact of interactions and relationships in the education profession, especially in the school sector.

Editors

JPCC has a world-class editorial team which spans the globe. Led by Editor-in-Chief Martin Scanlan, the team helps nurture the most influential leading thinkers and emerging scholars on professional cultures, communities and collegiality.

Media

Our media section brings regularly updated viewpoints and features from our editorial contributors, covering the key emerging themes in this highly topical subject area.


ICSEI / JPCC Innovation Award

The International Congress for School Effectiveness and Improvement (ICSEI) and the Journal of Professional Capital and Community (JPCC) invite applications for their newly established ICSEI / JPCC Innovation Award. This award recognises an outstanding contribution to the ICSEI 2020 conference that makes an innovative contribution in educational research, policy, and/or practice within the field of professional capital and community.


Journal of Professional Capital and Community news

Image: Scopus logoJournal of Professional Capital and Community has been accepted into Scopus. Scopus, launched in 2004, is the world’s largest abstract and citation database containing both peer-reviewed research literature and quality web sources. Titles submitted to Scopus go through a rigorous review by their independent and international Scopus Content Selection & Advisory Board, and all titles must adhere to the five main selection criteria: Journal policy, Content, Citedness, Regularity and Online availability.

More information is available on the Scopus website.

Meet the Editorial Board

Ann Lieberman

Ann Lieberman
Editorial Advisory Board

Jorge Avila de Lima

Jorge Avila de Lima
Editorial Advisory Board

Helen Stapylton Timperley

Helen Stapylton Timperley
Editorial Advisory Board