Mathematics Education (MathEdu) journal aims to stimulate discussions at all levels of mathematics education through disseminating significant and innovative scholarly studies that are of value to the international research communities. The Journal welcomes articles focusing on all aspects of mathematics education including empirical, theoretical, methodological, and philosophical works that have a perspective wider than local or national interest.
The Mathematics Education publishes only original scholarly works. We do not accept and will not publish manuscripts that are indeed a derivative or replication/dublication (if there is not clear reason, justification) of previous work. Please do not submit the same manuscript simultaneously or separately to Mathematics Education with another journal. In such cases the responsibility solely rests with the author(s).
Guest editors are invited to use this journal as a forum for broader discussion of the general issues of education. For this purpose international, intercultural and interdisciplinary scholarly works and/or studies in other fields of education can be proposed as special issues.