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In 2014 Voprosy obrazovania / Educational Studies. Moscow implemented a development plan with the aim of integrating the journal into the global community of researchers on education. Our goals in this endeavor are to reach a broader audience, to increase the number of articles by international authors (and also to increase the number of joint research projects between Russian and international authors), and to implement the standards indicative of the best international journals.

The Russian version of the journal is released both in printed and electronic forms. Full texts of the English version are also available on our website. During our transitional phase, Educational Studies. Moscow will not be fully analogous to the Russian version; it will contain the work of international authors and selected articles by Russian authors. In the near future the journal will then transition to a fully bilingual format.

When referencing articles from the English version of the journal, please indicate the page numbers that correspond with the Russian version. This is necessary for the proper tracking of citations in indices and reference databases such as Scopus, Web of Science and others.

Recruitment, Education and Retention of Teachers: Issues and Challenges in the Eastern/Central Europe, the Caucasus, Central Asia and Mongolia

8–13
14–39
40–61
62–99
100–124
125–145
146–182
183–207
208–228

Theoretical and Applied Research

229–258
259–285

History of Education

286–310

Book Reviews and Survey Articles

311–317