The Central European Journal of Educational Research (CEJER) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal that presents the changing landscape of educational research across Central and Eastern Europe.
CEJER provides a vehicle for the scholarly interchange of research findings that connect to each level of Central and Eastern European education, the areas of socialization, teaching, instruction, training, and educational support within formal and informal structures alike. The articles cover the whole lifespan, from early ages through adulthood with a lifewide understanding of education.
The CEJER publishes special thematical issues, including research papers and book reviews. All issues present reflections on how the global and regional changes shape the world of Central and Eastern European education.
The Central European Journal of Educational Research (CEJER) publishes double-blind peer-reviewed papers. The CEJER reviews submitted papers by the quality of their research method scientific argumentation.
The CEJER is published twice a year, spring and fall. The editor of all thematic issue is regularly a Central European senior researcher (Guest Editor). They invite original articles on the focus subject by authors from Central and Eastern European countries. The papers should be original, not have been published in another medium beforehand. The language of publication is English. Authors are expected to submit their papers in proper scholarly language, explaining technicalities and providing precise references.
The Central European Journal of Educational Research (CEJER) is a peer-reviewed scientific journal edited by Gabriella Pusztai - ORCID 0000-0002-6682-9300.
Published by Debrecen University Press (DUPress), Gyöngyi Karácsony, Egyetem sq. 1. Debrecen 4032