Author Guidelines

General Overview:
Manuscripts submitted to *Education Horizon* should demonstrate uniqueness, novelty, thoroughness, contribution, and clarity in addressing issues within the fields of education and related disciplines. Manuscripts may present research results, meta-analytical thinking, new theories, or problem-solving insights. They should be formatted in Microsoft Word or RTF, in A4 size, using Times New Roman 12pt font, 1.5 line spacing, and 3 cm margins on each side.

While there are no strict page limits, manuscripts should typically fall within 5000 to 10000 words, including the abstract, references, and tables. Deviations from this range may require revision before review.

Manuscripts must be written in correct and consistent English. Authors are encouraged to use language editing services to eliminate grammatical errors and ensure inclusive and bias-free language.

Specific Points:
- Title: Article titles should be concise, effective, and reflect the content in 15 words or fewer, avoiding unusual formulas and abbreviations.
- Author(s): Include full names of all authors without titles, mark each author with a numeric superscript to indicate affiliation, country, and contact details. A brief biography (up to 100 words) can be added.
- Abstract: A 200-250-word abstract should succinctly describe research objectives, methods, main results, and conclusions.
- Keywords: Provide 4-9 specific words or phrases related to the theme, avoiding common terms, plurals, conjunctions, and abbreviations.
- Content: Manuscripts should include sections like introduction, literature review, methodology, results, discussion, and conclusion. Clearly present the purpose, significance, and hypothesis.
- Headings: Use standard headings to aid navigation, and number them sequentially.
- Reference: Follow APA Style for in-text citations and arrange the reference list alphabetically. Distinguish multiple references from the same author in the same year with letters (e.g., Robert, 2020a).
- Artwork: Ensure that all artwork or illustrations have proper permissions, are in good format and resolution, and do not duplicate results. Tables should be editable text, not images, and use a 9-10 pt font.
- Abbreviation: Maintain consistency in abbreviations. Acronyms over four letters are in lowercase except for the first letter, and abbreviations should be introduced at the beginning.
- Nomenclature: Adhere to SI units and provide equivalents when mentioning other systems.
- Appendix: Label appendices with capital letters (e.g., Appendix A) and provide appropriate titles.
- Acknowledgment: Acknowledge financial support and describe the sponsor's role.
- Conflict of Interest: Disclose any circumstances or interests that could influence research representation or interpretation.

These guidelines ensure clarity and consistency in manuscript preparation for *Education Horizon*.