p-ISSN: 0827-3383 e-ISSN: 1917-7844
Publisher: SPED sp.z o.o.
The International Journal of Special Education (IJSE) offers a wide range of multi-disciplinary topics regarding education and services for individuals with disabilities. This International peer reviewed journal (published in English) aims to enhance open access for all reporting the growth of theory and practice in the field.
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Aim & Scope
The International Journal of Special Education (IJSE) offers a wide range of professionals a peer-reviewed international forum for original articles in special education. Experimental, as well as, theoretical articles are sought from all over the world. Authors are encouraged to submit review of research, historical and philosophical reviews in addition to evidence-based data on the effectiveness of innovative approaches.
Due to the fact that we are an open-access journal we need to introduce the payment for papers publication. The regular fee is 250 USD. The fee applies to the papers that will be submitted after March the 1st, 2022, and which are accepted to be published, so at the end of the editing process. We will not charge for the papers which have been already submitted.
Professor Małgorzata Sekułowicz
The Journal has over 35 years of history.
2020 - till today
Journal published by SPED sp.z o.o.
Editor-in-chief: Prof. Małgorzata Sekułowicz
1984 - 2020
Journal published by Centre for Human Development and Research (Vancouver BC) and International Association of Special Education
Editor-in-chief: Dr. Marg Csapo
Abstracting and Indexing:
Dr. Marg Csapo
The founder of International Journal of Special Education, Dr. Marg Csapo, was a distinguished psychologist and an expert who had a profound impact on the world of special education of children. As a visionary, Dr. Marg Csapo embraced the words of John F. Kennedy “All of us do not have equal talent, but all of us should have an equal opportunity to develop our talent.