To establish optimal conditions for school-age learners' best educational outcomes, research-evidenced documentation is a requirement prior to any significant change. This bibliometric analysis investigated articles published on School-Age Care Environment Rating Scale (SACERS) from 2017 to 2023 (n=10). Data collection involved identification, screening, exclusion, and eligibility stages. The bibliometrics R-package was used for data analysis on the Bibliometric cloud-based platform, focusing on publication patterns, citation networks, and bibliographic insights. Key findings indicate limited research-related publications on SACERS, possibly due to country-specific adaptations and variants in local languages. The scientific production varied annually, with few publications during 2017-2023. Canada, Russia, and the USA led SACERS research, implementing changes based on findings in target educational institutions. It was also found that research publications imply a university's intellectual and epistemological contribution; this also offers insights for academic institutions to enhance research strategies and academic influence. Based on these findings, we concluded that SACERS is an invaluable tool for globally evaluating educational environments. Its comprehensive assessment empowers educators to foster enriching learning environments for all students.