The Journal of Educational Research: Vol 113, No 3.
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Cambridge Journal of Education has always enjoyed a wide international readership and encouraged contributors to make comparisons between different educational systems and cultures. Its readers include teachers, theorists and education policy makers - evidence of the journal's success at bringing together the different groups who determine the content and methodology of education.
Review of Research in Education (RRE), published annually, provides a forum for analytic research reviews on selected education topics of significance to the field.Each volume addresses a topic of broad relevance to education and learning, and publishes articles that critically examine diverse literatures and bodies of knowledge across relevant disciplines and fields.
Journal of Research in Special Educational Needs is available at low or no cost in over 5,000 institutions in developing countries via the international development charity, INASP, and the UN's Research4Life programmes, which strive to strengthen the availability, access and use of international research information by researchers in developing countries.
The journal publishes research developments and disseminates them to an international audience. The journal welcomes publications of high quality papers. Original research papers, reviews and high quality technical notes are invited for publications.All manuscripts are pre-reviewed by the editorial review committee. Contributions must be.
The Wales Journal of Education aims to appeal to researchers, policy-makers and practitioners who share the common goal of achieving excellence in education in Wales. We welcome articles that relate to education in Wales, but also materials of a broader significance, including comparative studies and international contributions and, from 2020, practitioner-led articles.