The Journal for Multicultural Education* is a double-blind peer reviewed journal. Published quarterly, the editorial objectives and coverage focus on: Fostering research into the management of multicultural education, understanding multicultural education in the context of teacher-learner equity and enabling learners to collaborate more effectively across ethic, cultural and linguistic lines.
Topics covered include: Intercultural education, Inclusive education, Urban education, Diversity in education, Ethnicity in education, Gender and education, Disability and education and Technology and Multiculural education.
The journal is international in coverage and publishes original, theoretical and applied articles by leading scholars, expert consultants and respected practitioners.
This journal is abstracted and indexed by: Scopus, A+ Education, Australian Education Index, EBSCO Discovery Service, Education Resources Information Center (ERIC), Emerald Management Reviews and Publishing in Academic Journals in Education.
*Please note the title change for 2014
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