About the European Journal of Education
The EIESP edits the European Journal of Education which is published by Wiley-Blackwell. EJE is a peer reviewed journal of international reputation and readership specialised in research on education and the evaluation and review of education and training policies in a global perspective. It is thematic and receives an ISI Impact Factor ranking. EJE is available in more than 13,400 institutions across the world through different types of subscriptions, databases such as JSTOR and EBSCO and through special subscriptions for institutions (e.g. universities in countries where budgets are not sufficient to allow for costly full price subscriptions). There were nearly 200,000 full-text downloads in 2018.
The members, board members and the network of the institute and the European Journal of Education are from different European countries, North America and Asia. The editorial board and the editorial correspondents of the journal bring an international perspective in the different domains of research and policy analysis for lifelong learning. The Chair of the editorial board is Gábor Halász, an internationally respected scholar from the Faculty of Pedagogy and Psychology, ELTE University, Hungary.
2018 Star Article
The editors of the European Journal of Education are pleased to announce that this year’s Star Article is: “An overview of the history of learning theory” by Knud Illeris. To read the article free of charge, please see here.
Jean Gordon (1950-2018)
In memory of Jean Gordon – former Joint Editor of EJE and Director of the EIESP – who passed away in October 2018, a number of articles are available here on the EJE website, free to access through to October 2020.