The British Journal of Educational Studies has become a central institution in the study of education. Its articles are relevant, accessible, and academically interesting. The Editor is fearless in publishing provocative work that really makes a difference.   - Michael A. Peters, University of Illinois and Editor of Educational Philosophy and Theory

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The British Journal of Educational Studies

The British Journal of Educational Studies (BJES) is one of the UK's foremost international education journals. It publishes scholarly, research-based articles on education which draw particularly upon historical, philosophical and sociological analysis and sources. British Journal of Educational Studies provides:

Discussions of educational policy and educational issues that draw on the findings of research.

Articles that review policy developments outside the UK, acknowledging the significance of cross-national policy influences.

Contributions from many academic disciplines and a variety of perspectives.

The most comprehensive book review section of any education journal published in the UK with, on average, sixteen reviews per issue.

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A Society for Educational Studies / British Journal of Educational Studies presentation in association with Routledge and Taylor & Francis.

‘Guidelines for virtual issues of the BJES – open to SES Members only’

Applications are welcomed from members of the Society for Educational Studies for curating and editing virtual issues of the BJES on a topical problem or theme relevant to the interests of the Journal. Applications should be submitted to the Editor, Prof. Gary McCulloch, [email protected]

Educational reform legislation in a changing society special issue

Prof. James Arthur and Prof. Gary McCulloch will edit a special issue of the British Journal of Educational Studies that draws together the leading academic thought stemming from the 2019 SES Annual Colloquium on 'Educational reform legislation in a changing society'. This special issue will highlight the keynote lectures and significant seminar papers given at the event, which will take place on 26-27 September 2019 at Oriel College, Oxford.

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