FIRE: Forum for International Research in Education is an international, peer-reviewed publication promoting interdisciplinary scholarship on the use of internationally comparative data for evidence-based and innovative change in educational systems, schools, and classrooms worldwide. FIRE publishes articles, book reviews, research essays and bibliographies three times per year. Some issues are thematic. Except for book reviews and bibliographies, all manuscripts submitted to FIRE are blind peer-reviewed. Theoretical and methodological pluralism is welcomed and encouraged by the journal editor, editorial team, and advisory board. FIRE is indexed in EBSCO's Academic Search Premier and in Google Scholar.
FIRE hosted an Author Chat with Dr. Jayson Richardson to discuss the FIRE special issue on Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for Development (Vol. 2, Iss. 1). Please click the link below to watch and listen to this author chat, and please share your questions or comments with Dr. Richardson by tweeting using #FIREAuthorChat or emailing the editors at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2017)
Measuring Quality Beyond Test Scores: The Impact of Regional Context on Curriculum Implementation (in Northern Uganda)
Carol Anne Spreen and Jillian J. Knapczyk
Teacher Voice in Global Conversations around Education Access, Equity, and Quality
Charlina Gozali, Elizabeth Claassen Thrush, Michelle Soto-Peña, Christine Whang, and Thomas F. Luschei
Empowered but not Equal: Challenging the Traditional Gender Roles as Seen by University Students in Saudi Arabia
Fawziah Al-bakr, Elizabeth R. Bruce, Petrina M. Davidson, Edit Schlaffer, and Ulrich Kropiunigg
Does Computer Use Matter? The Influence of Computer Usage on Eighth-Grade Students’ Mathematics Reasoning
Rachel A. Ayieko, Elif N. Gokbel, and Bryan Nelson