The EERJ (European Educational Research Journal) is the flagship journal of the European Educational Research Association.
Next to it some EERA networks have set up journals on their own or cooperate with other journals.

The European Educational Research Journal (EERJ) is a scientific journal interested in the changing landscape of education research across Europe. Education research increasingly crosses the borders of the national through its subjects of study, scholarly collaborations and references. The EERJ publishes education research papers and special issues which include a reflection on how the European context and other related global or regional dynamics shape their educational research topics.

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Network 17 (Histories of Education) worked on a Special publication to mark the 20th anniversary in 2014 of the foundation of EERA and invited scholars to submit essays and photos on education dating from the late nineteenth century up to the late twentieth century. These essays and the respective photographs have been published in form of an e-book.

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Networks' Journals

International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training

The International Journal for Research in Vocational Education and Training is a peer-reviewed Journal for VET-related research. This journal provides full open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge.

IJRVET is the official organ of VETNET European Research Network in Vocational Education and Training (European Educational Research Association) and IRNVET International Research Network in Vocational Education and Training (World Education Research Association)


Current Call for Papers

The European market and the Union are based on, and shaped by, the Four Freedoms. These are the free movement of goods, workers, services and capital, each of which is necessary to create a common economic entity, and sustain a common purpose. Variations exist in the relation of individual countries or services to these common goals, and protectionist policies are still in place. How do the four freedoms unfold in the field of education? This is the subject of the new Call for Papers in the EERJ.

Please submit an extended abstract of your planned paper by 1 December 2016.

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