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All research articles in this journal have been subject to systematic peer review, normally based on anonymised refereeing by two academic referees.

SER is not affiliated Scottish Educational Research Association (SERA), but enjoys close links with this organisation (for example SERA members receive SER as part of their annual subscription). Further information about SERA may be accessed at www.sera.ac.uk/
Editors-in-Chief
Dr Robert Doherty, University of Glasgow
Dr Joseph Smith, University of Stirling

Assistant Editor - Business:
Dr Lorna Hamilton, University of Edinburgh

Assistant Editor - Reviews:
Dr Archie Graham, University of Aberdeen

Editorial Board

Chair: Professor Gert Biesta, University of Edinburgh

Members
Professor Gert Biesta, University of Edinburgh
Dr Claire Cassidy, University of Strathclyde
Dr Stephen Day, University of the West of Scotland
Dr Duncan Mercieca, University of Dundee
Professor Bob Lingard, University of Queensland, Australia
Professor Stephen McKinney, University of Glasgow
Professor Morag Redford, University of the Highlands & Islands
Dr Sylvia Warnecke, The Open University
Angelica Lohr, University of Stirling

Associate Members:
Professor Mustafa Yunus Eryaman, Canakkale Onsekiz Mart University
Professor Eman Gaad, British University of Dubai
Professor Vadim Grinshkun, Moscow City Pedagogical University
Associate Professor John Benedicto Krejsler, Aarhus University
Associate Professor Petr Novotný, Masaryk University
Professor Kari Smith, University of Bergen
Professor Ronald Sultana, University of Malta
Professor Tatiana Tregubova, Russian Academy of Education, Kazan
Professor Anna Tsatsaroni, University of the Peloponnese, Greece
Professor Federico Zannoni, University of Bologna

Scottish Educational Review

The Scottish Educational Review is an open access, international peer reviewed journal publishing research in the field of education. The Journal has a broad interdisciplinary interest and publishes new research articles on theoretical issues and developments, reports of research in progress, and academic articles relating to policy and practice in education.

Today the journal welcomes submissions from across the global research community. The Journal was established in 1968 and its development has been emblematic of the growth and diversity of the field of research in education in Scotland and internationally. The Journal retains a unique place in the Scottish educational landscape while also serving a worldwide audience of researchers.

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