World Studies in Education

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ISSN: 1441-340X (print), 2201-0629 (online)
2 issues per year


Editor
Associate Professor Joseph Zajda, Australian Catholic University


Editorial Board

Robert Arnove, Indiana University
Linda Behar-Horenstein, University of Florida
Karen Biraimah, University of Central Florida
Patricia Broadfoot, University of Bristol
Mark Bray, University of Hong Kong
David Chapman, University of Minnesota
Martin Carnoy, Stanford University
William Cummings, SUNY-Buffalo
Erwin Epstein, Loyola University (Chicago)
Karen Evans, University of London, Institute of Education
Kassie Freeman, Bowdoin College
David Gamage, University of Newcastle
Macleans Geo-JaJa, Brigham Young University
Mark Ginsburg, University of Pittsburgh
Yaacov Iram, Bar-Ilan University
Fiona Leach, University of Sussex
Byung-Jin Lee, Korean National University of Education
David Phillips, University of Oxford
Juergen Schriewer Humbolt-Universitaet zu Berlin
Suzuki Shin'ichi, Waseda University
Seth Spaulding, University of Pittsburgh
Nelly Stromquist, University of Maryland
Ronald Sultana, University of Malta
Elizabeth Swing, St. Joseph's University
Jan Terwel, Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Marco Todeschini, University of Milano
Welko Tomic, The Open University (Heerlen)
Carlos Torres, University of California, Los Angeles
Keith Watson, University of Reading
Anthony Welch, University of Sydney
Kenneth Zeichner, University of Wisconsin-Madison

The aim of World Studies in Education is to provide a global overview of significant international and comparative education research affecting educational institutions in the global economy. The journal which is fully refereed focuses on current and comparative educational research, ranging from international evaluations of educational systems to analysis and reviews of educational reforms, curricular innovations, educational leadership and school improvement.

By providing an informed and vibrant international education forum for educators from around the world the journal hopes to foster a better understanding of other cultures, nations and people, contributing to the collaborative and on-going quest of creating a more peaceful, tolerant and humane society.

Special Issue: Education and Social Change in the Global Age

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