About the Journal
Founded in 2020, the FIRE is a double-blind, peer-review journal that aims to create a well-established venue for high-quality research in the field of education. Its content mirrors widespread scholarly approaches and interests within the dimensions of foreign language education, curriculum and instruction, special education, guidance and psychological counseling, science education, elementary and early childhood education, educational leadership and policy studies, mathematics education, computer education, and instructional technology, and other related areas in Educational Sciences. The FIRE also welcomes contributions from educational professionals and officials with international and governmental agencies together with non-governmental organizations.
Published twice a year (May and October), the FIRE is designed to reflect a balanced representation of authors from different regions of the world. The opinions and views expressed in the FIRE are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the positions of the editors, editorial board, and advisory board.