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The Revue international d’éducation de Sèvres: A comparative approach to major educational issues

The Revue internationale d’éducation de Sèvres is a journal focused on education and training across the world. It is published by France Education International/CIEP, which is a member of the Sorbonne Universités Alliance.

The journal publishes three issues a year in French. Issues are aimed at education policymakers and practitioners as well as academics and researchers in the humanities and social sciences with an interest in education issues.

The journal’s international focus is reflected by its authors, most of whom come from the country or countries studied in each issue. Articles are written from a research perspective and issues are organised around a central theme that is currently being discussed on the international stage. Each issue also provides information and documentary resources in the field of educational policies or teaching practices.

Since the journal was founded in 1994, it has published texts by 1,200 authors from more than 110 countries.

The journal is listed in various international rankings and databases. In 2012, it joined the OpenEdition humanities and social sciences publishing platform. Its issues are available in open access two years after they are published on

International scientific board and editorial committee

The journal works with an international scientific board and an editorial committee, which convene at regular intervals.

See here for a list of their members:

Forthcoming issues

  • No. 84: Teachers’ beliefs and professional practices (April 2020)

  • No. 85: Education research – what for? (December 2020)


International conferences

Besides its publishing activity, the journal regularly organises international conferences on noticeable trends in education around the world. These bring together researchers, academics and experts from different countries, the journal’s authors, as well as executives from European and international educational systems. These conferences are covered in a special issue of the journal.

France Education International/CIEP

The Revue internationale d’éducation de Sèvres is published by France Education International/CIEP, a member of the Sorbonne Universités Alliance.

Created in 1945, and a national state institution since 1987, the CIEP is recognised in France and abroad for its skills in the field of expertise, training, evaluation and management of international projects.

As a leading public operator of the Ministry of National Education, Higher Education and Research and the main partner operator of the Ministry of Foreign and European Affairs for the French language, it contributes to reflection in the field of international cooperation in education, drawing on a network of experts and national and international partners, as well as on the know-how of a team of 250 people.

For more information see:

The Document and Resource Centre of the CIEP

The CIEP’s Document and Resource Centre contributes to the Revue internationale d’éducation de Sèvres by writing the following sections of the journal: “Publishing news”, “Online resources” and “Analytical bibliographies”.

The Centre has an important collection on education and language policies internationally (more than 20,000 references: books, articles, digital resources, reports, etc.) covering all geographic areas.

Focusing on international issues, it offers contemporary publications on the different levels of educational systems, and makes publicly available the latest reports of multilateral organisations, international and European institutions, as well as comparative studies, monographs, etc.

It also publishes a series of documentary outputs on the CIEP website relating to the latest developments in educational policies: analytical bibliographies, directories, documentary studies, and newsletters.

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