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Special education


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The scientific methodological journal Special Education is addressed to specialists working with disabled persons, to higher school teachers, students, post-graduate students and all those who take interest in the problems of study and education of persons with disabilities.

Publishing House: Federal State Budget Educational Establishment “Ural State Pedagogical University”

Postal Address: 620017, Ekaterinburg, Cosmonauts Ave, 26, Room 134, Russia
Telephone: 8(343) 336-14-38
E-mail: specobr@uspu.me

Editor-in-Chief: Filatova Irina Aleksandrovna 

Archive
Editorial board
Submission process
Editorial principles of the journal “Special Education
Article formatting requirements 

Research areas
Primary specialty:  13.00.00 Pedagogy (13.00.01; 13.00.03)

Registered by The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media and Cultural Heritage Protection. Registration certificate  ПИ № ФС 77-35122 от 28.01.2009.

Registered by the ISSN Center and provided the International Standard Serial Number ISSN (Online) 2587-909X

Included in the United Catalog «Russian Press», Index 81956

In 2010 by the decision of the Presidium of Higher Attestation Commission of the Russian Federation, the journal was included in the List of the main (leading) peer-reviewed scientific journals and publications, which publish main results of dissertations for the academic degree of Candidate or Doctor of Sciences.

The articles from the journal are submitted to the Russian Science Citation Index

The Journal is included in the European Reference Index for the Humanities (ERIH PLUS)
 
Topics covered in the journal:
The problems of history and methodology of special pedagogy and special psychology
New approaches to the study and education of persons with disabilities in conditions of inclusion
Professional training of defectologists
International co-operation in the sphere of education of persons with disabilities