The International Journal of Education for Social Justice is ranked 21st of the best education journals in the REDIB ranking
The latest ranking of REDIB has been published and the International Journal of Education for Social Justice is in the twenty-first place in Ibero-American education journals. In addition, it is ranked 108th in the global ranking.
The Iberoamerican Network for Innovation and Scientific Knowledge (REDIB) is the result of the collaboration between the Higher Council for Scientific Research (CSIC) and UNIVERSIA, and has a database that includes around 3,000 open access scientific journals. With this, REDIB offers a tool that allows spreading Ibero-American scientific knowledge.
Every year, REDIB prepares the Iberoamerican Journal Ranking that analyzes the impact of scientific journals in the last six years. In addition, to enter the ranking, the articles must be indexed in the Web of Science (WoS) so, in this edition, the journals included are more than 1000.
On this occasion, the International Journal of Education for Social Justice occupies the 108th place in the global ranking formed by the 1070 Ibero-American journals, and appears as the 21 best education journal out of a total of 123. Furthermore, within the 58 best Spanish educational journals and educational research, our journal is ranked 18. More here.