The journal, founded in 1965, is published annually and aims to provide information, comment and research findings on all aspects of Scottish education, including an international perspective, in a way that will have a broad appeal to all teachers, educators, and related professionals. A major theme for the journal is 'impact' and the implications of research for practice.
Each issue of the publication has three sections:
- The Journal Section contains academic articles which are peer reviewed
- The Features Section is made up of shorter items written in a less formal style
- The third section contains Book Reviews
The editors welcome contributions to either the Journal or Features Sections and are pleased to receive books for review.
All information about the journal and how you can contribute, can be found on the Education in the North website.