Cambridge Journal of Education
Cambridge Journal of Education publishes original refereed contributions on all aspects of education with a particular emphasis on articles that span the divide between academic researchers and teachers. Articles should not normally exceed 6000 words in length, but considerably shorter pieces are welcomed. The editors will also welcome suggestions for special issues, pieces which engage in discussion and debate of issues raised by contributors. Cambridge Journal of Education enjoys a wide international readership and encourages contributors to make comparisons between different educational systems and cultures. Its readers include teachers, theorists and education policy-makers--bringing together these three groups who determine the content and methodology of education.