Manuscript reviewers evaluate the articles that have been submitted to the editorial staff for publication. These anonymous reviewers provide sound critical analysis of the research under consideration and offer a recommendation regarding the article’s scholarly contribution and whether or not it should be published. See reviewer guidelines for more information.

Are you interested in reviewing manuscripts for the Journal of Children & Poverty? Email the editorial office ( to receive more information about becoming a reviewer. We also welcome advanced doctoral candidates who wish to gain experience reviewing manuscripts. Student reviews go to authors along with other peer reviews.

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The Journal of Children and Poverty (JCP) publishes innovative research in the areas of education, health, public policy, and the socioeconomic causes and effects of poverty in the developed world.

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