Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy & Practice receives a high impact factor of 2.475

Friday, July 12, 2019

Category: News

OUCEA research team

Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice has been awarded a high impact factor of 2.475. This is an excellent first Impact Factor for the journal, placing it within the top quintile in the Education and Educational Research category (37th of 243).

Assessment in Education provides a focus for academic output in the field of assessment. It has an international focus and encourages contributions from a wide range of assessment systems and cultures. The journal’s intention is to explore both commonalities and differences in policy and practice.

The journal’s lead editor is Therese N. Hopfenbeck, director of OUCEA within the department. A number of members of the centre, past and present, have been involved in the journal. These include Dr. Joshua McGrane (current executive editor), Professor Jo-Anne Baird (former lead editor and now member of the advisory board), Dr Yasmine El Masri (former editorial assistant), and doctoral student Jamie Stiff (current editorial assistant).

Therese would like to thank the many editorial board members and reviewers around the world for their contributions to the journal’s success.

Editorial Board

Editor:
Therese N. Hopfenbeck -Oxford University Centre for Educational Assessment, UK

Country Profiles Editor:
Tina Isaacs -UCLInstitute of Education, UK

Book Reviews Editor:
Ayesha Ahmed -University of Cambridge, UK

Executive Editors:
Joshua McGrane – University of Oxford, UK
Jannette Elwood -Queen’s University Belfast, UK
Harvey Goldstein -University of Bristol, UK
Anthony Green – University of Bedfordshire, UK
Sandra Johnson -University of Bristol, UK
Tom Bramley -Cambridge Assessment, UK
Ernesto Panadero – Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, Spain
Gordon Stobart -UCLInstitute of Education, UK
Sally Thomas – University of Bristol, UK
Guoxing Yu – University of Bristol, UK

Editorial Assistant:
Jamie Stiff – University of Oxford, UK

To read the Assessment in Education: Principles, Policy and Practice journal, visit here.