World Studies in Education

2 issues per year

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.

World Studies in Education is double blind peer reviewed.

Special Issue: Education and Social Change in the Global Age

Editor
Joseph Zajda, Australian Catholic University
ISSN
1441-340X (print), 2201-0629 (online)

Editorial Board

  • Robert Arnove

    Indiana University

  • Linda Behar-Horenstein

    University of Florida

  • Karen Biraimah

    University of Central Florida

  • Mark Bray

    University of Hong Kong

  • David Chapman

    University of Minnesota

  • Martin Carnoy

    Stanford University

  • Erwin Epstein

    Loyola University (Chicago)

  • Karen Evans

    University of London, Institute of Education

  • Kassie Freeman

    African Diaspora Consortium

  • Macleans Geo-JaJa

    Brigham Young University

  • Mark Ginsburg

    University of Maryland

  • Yaacov Iram

    Bar-Ilan University

  • Fiona Leach

    University of Sussex

  • David Phillips

    University of Oxford

  • Juergen Schriewer

    Humbolt-Universitaet zu Berlin

  • Suzuki Shin'ichi

    Waseda University

  • Nelly Stromquist

    University of Maryland

  • Ronald Sultana

    University of Malta

  • Elizabeth Swing

    St. Joseph's University

  • Jan Terwel

    Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam

  • Welko Tomic

    The Open University (Heerlen)

  • Carlos Torres

    University of California, Los Angeles

  • Anthony Welch

    University of Sydney

  • Kenneth Zeichner

    University of Washington

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