What types of scholarship should be published in The Journal of Leadership Education (JOLE)? What body of scholarly knowledge is expanded by the journal and how is JOLE unique from other journals? Is it time to create a national agenda for research in leadership education and who might play a part in shaping the research agenda? These questions add to stimulating discussion and are critical as JOLE is discovered by numerous leadership and leadership education scholars. More and more writers are inquiring and submitting manuscripts for consideration by the JOLE Editorial Board. In addition, scholars are contacting the editor with questions about the types of research documents considered for submissions. For consideration by writers, then, is a restatement of the JOLE mission and consideration of a global research agenda for leadership education.