2012 Unofficial 2012 Impact Factor 0.476
Source: Based on data from Thomson Reuters Web of KnowledgeSM
Teacher Education and Special Education (TESE) aims to stimulate and improve the preparation of those who will teach and otherwise work with and for children with disabilities. It encourages research on questions relating to exceptionality and to the teaching of children with disabilities.
TESE encourages thoughtful consideration of the critical issues shaping the future of teacher education. The journal publishes: (a) reports of original research, (b) comprehensive evaluations of personnel preparation programs or components thereof, (c) theoretically based discussions of advancing practices in personnel preparation, and (d) interpretive or critical reviews of the literature.