American Education Science Review
Am Educ Sci Rev
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American Education Science Review (AESR) publishes original, peer-reviewed academic articles dealing with research on issues of worldwide relevance in educational practice. The aim of the journal is to increase understanding of learning in pre-primary, primary, high school, college, university and adult education, and to contribute to the improvement of educational processes and outcomes. The journal seeks to promote cross-national and international comparative educational research by publishing findings relevant to the scholarly community, as well as to practitioners and others interested in education. The scope of the journal is deliberately broad in terms of both topics covered and disciplinary perspective. Articles about student-level issues are as welcome as discussions of classroom-, school-, or country-level issues, or of the interrelations between these levels. Papers may address fundamental studies as well as evaluation studies, provided that they pertain to matters of worldwide relevance, and that they link research and educational practice. The journal is also eclectic in its methodological approach. A wide range of quantitative and qualitative methods, and the combination of quantitative and qualitative methods, are strongly encouraged. The journal also invites review articles, meta-analyses, and position papers.
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