focus and scope

Mathematics Research and Education Journal is a forum that published original research on the learning and teaching of mathematics and mathematicsCoverage includes such topics as curriculum and pedagogy practices for mathematics learning; the role and nature of knowledge in mathematics learning; the relationship between context and learning in mathematics settings; studies of teaching and learning in mathematics. The aims of this peer-reviewed journal are to enlarge the contribution of research and scholarship to mathematics education policy and practice, and also to inspire new research in this diverse field. The Mathematics Research and Education  Journal also encourages the publication of teacher education programs or courses that promoted new knowledge, ideas, methodologies, and epistemologies in the field of mathematics education. This journal is designed for lecturers, researchers, mathematics school teachers, teacher educators, and university students who want to publish their research reports. All topics related to mathematics education can join the MREJ, including quantitative research, qualitative research, mixed methods, and product development research. MREJ also accommodates all authors who wish to publish their research results with a focus on measurement, assessment, and evaluation in mathematics education.