The British Journal of Educational Studies is one of the UK's foremost international education journals. Read more.
About the society
The Society for Educational Studies was created to discuss and promote study and research in Education. Read more.
20% discount on books from Routledge
Members of the Society for Educational Studies will receive a 20% discount on books from Routledge and T&F. Read more.
2013 Fellowships of the Society for Educational Studies
The Society is pleased to announce the award of the 2013 Fellowship of the Society to Professor David Carr, of the Universities of Edinburgh and Birmingham for his outstanding contributions to the field of Educational Studies.
Latest articles from the BJES
- Learner Dispositions, Self-Theories and Student Engagement
- Living on the edge: rethinking poverty, class and schooling. By John Smyth and Terry Wrigley
- Meritocratic education and social worthlessness. By K. Lampert
- The Road to Oxbridge: Schools and Elite University Choices
- Widening participation in higher education: casting the net wide?, by T. Hinton-Smith
- The great reversal: young people, education and employment in a declining economy, by Martin Allen and Patrick Ainley
- Education quality and social justice in the Global South: challenges for policy, practice and research, by L. Tikly and A. M. Barrett
- Making poetry matter: international research on poetry pedagogy
- Consuming higher education: why learning canít be bought
Seminar Series 2014
Progressing race in higher education: inclusion, diversity and inequality
Friday 6 June 2014
The second seminar features keynote papers from Dr Kalwant Bhopal (University of Southampton) and Professor Andrew Pilkington (University of Northampton) plus workshops looking at policy initiatives and good practice in higher education and the practical implications for the inclusion of BME students and staff in higher education.
Book your place today by emailing email@example.com.
Society for Educational Studies Book Prize 2013
The Society is delighted to announce the following Book Prizes have been awarded for the best education books published in 2012:
1st prize (¬£2000)
Francis, B., Skelton, C., Read, B. (2012) Identities and Practices of High Achieving Pupils. Continuum.
2nd prize (¬£1000)
Hartley, D. (2012) Education and the Culture of Consumption. Routledge.
Highly commended (¬£500)
i) Cooper, B., Glaesser, J., Gomm, R. and Hammersley, M. (2012) Challenging the Qualitative-Quantitative Divide. Continuum.
ii) Ainscow, M., Dyson, A., Goldrick, S. and West, M. (2012) Developing Equitable Education Systems. Routledge.