About the Journal
Goals and scope:
Educational Reform and Development is a peer-reviewed, open-access international professional academic journal. It aims to reflect the latest achievements of educational reform and development, explore the laws of education, and serve to deepen educational reform and prosper education science. The main readers of this journal are principals, teachers, education administrators, education researchers, and enthusiastic comrades of large, middle and primary schools.
Periodical development introduction:
Education Reform and Development was launched in November 2019. At the time of publication, it will be archived in the National Library of Australia and included in well-known databases at home and abroad such as China Knowledge Network (CNKI), Weipu.com, and Google Scholar. At the same time, "Educational Reform and Development" is committed to being included in various work including Scopus, EI, SCI and other databases with large international influence.
At the same time, Educational Reform and Development is actively expanding the conference proceedings, special issues, special issues, and cooperative publishing in a variety of forms, in the shortest possible time to win wide recognition from the management community worldwide.
Article Processing Charge
The APC for processing each article is AUD 600.
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Educational Reform and Development publishes accepted manuscripts under Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC BY 4.0). Authors who submit their papers for publication in CAS Medicine agree to have the CC BY 4.0 license applied to their work, and that anyone is allowed to reuse the article or part thereof free of charge for any purpose, including commercial use. As long as the author and original source is properly cited, anyone may copy, redistribute, reuse and transform the content.
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