At the end of our second year of publication of Journal of Organizational and Educational Leadership, we find ourselves, as stewards of scholarship, in uncharted waters. The very notion of what is factual, not just ideas behind facts, but empirical reality itself, has become malleable. As if what is real may be actualized upon popular demand, acceptable based solely upon the belief system of one’s tribe, the term “alternative facts” has entered the lexicon.
For scholarly communities and truth-seekers everywhere, the time has never been more important than now to distinguish between fact and opinion, truth and supposition, science and pseudoscience. We offer an antidote to the toxin: Disciplined inquiry, the coin of our realm, is uniquely poised to provide, if not truth than at least better questions.
"Letter from the Editor,"
Journal of Organizational & Educational Leadership: Vol. 2:
2, Article 1.
Available at: https://digitalcommons.gardner-webb.edu/joel/vol2/iss2/1