The Bridge is published by the School of Education at the University of Leicester (Leicester, UK), and is edited and run entirely by doctoral students. It provides a forum for the publication of original writing about research-informed practice and critical discussions of new, emerging or controversial developments, directly relevant to teaching and learning.

Articles will be of interest to research students and practitioners from across a range of educational contexts. Contributions are invited from all educational researchers with an interest in this field.



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  1. Call for Papers: The Bridge Volume 4, Issue 1.
    Make 2017 the year that you publish an article!!! Issue 1 of the journal is scheduled for Open Access publication online in December 2017. All submissions must reach us by 3rd November 2017 at the latest, in order to allow time for the peer-review process and any revisions that might be required. Submissions from Doctorial students at any stage of their studies on a range of educational themes are welcome. We will also consider submissions from anyone who has recently (2015-2017) completed a Master’s degree in Education and achieved a distinction grade, who can turn some of their thesis work into potentially their first publication.

    Please consult this website for details on the journal’s scope, manuscript submission process (see the ‘About’ section on this site), and access previous articles and literature reviews.

    If you are interested in becoming a reviewer for the journal or wish to offer help in other ways, such as proofreading, we would also be grateful to hear from you.

    For any other queries please email Shane Payne: snp6@le.ac.uk.

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