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Title: Message from the Editor-in-Chief of IJES Vol. 3(3), 2020
Authors: Melnyk, Yu. B.
Мельник, Ю. Б.
Keywords: International
Editorial Board
Issue Date: 30-Sep-2020
Publisher: International Journal of Education and Science
Series/Report no.: Volume 3, № 3 (2020);
Abstract: Dear Readers, We are honored to publish the International Journal of Education and Science (IJES), Vol. 3, No. 3, 2020. IJES is an academic periodical peer-reviewed indexed Journal that provides a scientific platform for presenting and discussing new trends and issues in Social and Behavioral Sciences. Since 2018, the Journal has published more than 200 manuscripts, including: Original Research, Review Articles, Brief Reports, Conference Abstracts, Reviews, Letters to the Editor. IJES Editorial Board includes the most authoritative scientists from 14 countries, 5 continents in the fields of Education, Psychology, Economics, Medicine. IJES is presented in 15 international scientometric databases, repositories and search engines: Crossref System, Google Scholar, Kopernio (USA); Publons (New Zealand); Scilit (Switzerland); ROAD (France); Index Copernicus International (Poland), etc. Indexed in the ICI Journals Master List ICV 2019: 80.33. From the second half of 2020, the IJES Editorial Board decided to replace one of the scientific directions of the Journal with another more specialized one (Medicine for Law). This is due, on the one hand, to the need for a certain specialization of the Journal, on the other Scientific Research Institute KRPOCH, UKRAINE – allows us to discuss new trends in interdependent areas: Pedagogy – Psychology, Economics – Law, which are included in the Social and Behavioral Sciences. So, from 2021 this international Journal is intended for professionals and researchers in scientific fields: Education, Psychology, Economics, Law.
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