International Educational Review

Aims and Scope

Aims and Scope

ISSN: 2977-036X

The International Educational Review is a research journal dedicated to the advancement of educational scholarship worldwide. It publishes cutting-edge scholarly analyses addressing global issues in all education phases, both formal and informal. The journal's goal is to foster innovative ideas that could reshape the future of education. It features peer-reviewed articles from international contributors, spanning a diverse array of educational fields and perspectives within various socio-political contexts and geographical locations.

Key Topics

  • Childhood
  • Communities
  • Curriculum development and critique
  • Equity and inclusion
  • International and comparative education
  • Leadership
  • Learning experiences of adults, children, and young people globally
  • Parental involvement
  • Pedagogy
  • Policy
  • Politics of education
  • Practice
  • Professional lives and work
  • Teachers/teaching
  • Theoretical and methodological approaches in educational research

Perspectives Include:

  • Geographical
  • Historical
  • Philosophical
  • Psychological
  • Sociological


The journal targets educators, researchers, policymakers, and others interested in education.


The editor welcomes high-quality, original articles within the journal's scope, particularly those that promote debate on social justice and critical inquiry in education. Authors are encouraged to consult the Instructions for Authors for manuscript preparation and submission details. For submissions please visit


Regular features include state-of-the-art review articles that critically evaluate existing research, identify gaps in the literature, and offer new insights or models for future studies.

Publication Frequency

The journal publishes one issue per year.

Open Access Charge

While there is no fee for submitting your manuscript, we do require a publication fee of 100 Euros if your paper is accepted. This fee is essential for several reasons:

  1. Publishing high-quality research involves various costs, including those related to manuscript processing, editorial services, and peer review management. The publication fee helps us cover these operational expenses.

  2. As a self-funded journal, the publication fee is crucial for our financial sustainability. It allows us to continue publishing research without relying on external funding or advertisements, ensuring our independence and integrity.

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