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|Comparative Education Review Journal|
The CER Journal
The Comparative Education Review is the flagship journal of CIES. It investigates education throughout the world in the context of the social, economic, and political forces that shape educational practice and policy. The journal was founded in 1957 to advance knowledge and teaching in comparative education studies. Since then, the Review has established itself as the most reliable source for the analysis of the place of education in countries throughout the world and is the leading journal for the study of comparative and international education.
The journal is published by the University of Chicago Press. There are four issues per year.
Members of CIES automatically receive a subscription to the CER journal. If you are a member you can click here to read the journal online, download articles and search all past issues. Members can also request free print copies of the journal (postage fee applies).
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For information about how to submit a manuscript or review click here to see detailed instructions and information pages on the University of Chicago Press website.
Current and Former Editors
Click here to view past Journal Editors.
Bjorn H. Nordtveit, Editor
Research & Administration,
Kathryn Anderson-Levitt, Co-Editor
Amita Chudgar, Co-Editor
Department of Educational Administration
Robin Shields, Co-Editor
Strategy and Organization Division
Jacqueline Mosselson, Co-Editor
Francine Menashy, Co-Editor
Dongbin Kim, Co-Editor
CER MANAGING EDITORS
Mei Lan Frame, Managing Editor- University of Massachusetts
Sahara Pradhan, Managing Editor
Gerardo Blanco-Ramirez, CER Book and Media Editor
Hanni Thomas, CER Book and Media Managing Editor
Moses Ngware – African Population and Health Research Center
M. Najeeb Shafiq – University of Pittsburgh
Mundy – University of Toronto, Canada
Sarah Elizabeth Dryden-Peterson – Harvard University
Simona Popa – UNESCO International Bureau of Education
Keita Takayama – University of New England, Australia
Patricia Bromley – Stanford University
Maria Tatto – Arizona State University
Stephen Carney – University of Roskilde
Dan Wagner – University of Pennsylvania
Stephanie Zuilkowski – Florida State University
Jun Li – Western University, Canada
Miri Yemini - Tel Aviv University, Israel