The New Educational Review is a journal that has been founded by the faculties of education from the following universities: University of Silesia in Katowice (Poland), Matej Bel University in Banská Bystrica (Slovak Republic) and University of Ostrava (Czech Republic). The deans and vice-deans of the pedagogical faculties of the universities mentioned above create associate Editors board. The main seat of editorial board is placed at the Faculty of Education and Psychology in University of Silesia in Poland. In our opinion, a creation of the new international journal is an important initiative, because at present in the Central European countries such a periodical does not exist. The New Educational Review is a continuation of an idea of Professor Bogdan Suchodolski, who directed the international editorial board of the year-journal Paideia. It was edited by the Committee for Educational Sciences of the Polish Academy of Sciences in the period 1972 – 1994 in English, French and Russian. Two years after the Professor Suchodolski’s death the journal disappeared from the publishing market.
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