Another Issue of Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies Volume 11(1) of Mediterranean Journal of Educational Studies (MJES), the biannual refereed international journal published by the Euro-Mediterranean Centre for Educational Studies (EMCER) of the University of Malta, is out. This issue features articles by:

Héctor Cebolla Boado – Ethnic disadvantage in the transition from lower to upper secondary education in France

Eda Vula & Merita Shala – Critical thinking and the Kosovan educators’ views and beliefs about education, teaching and professional development

Ronald G. Sultana – Education in conflict situations: Palestinian children and distance education in Hebron

Serap Nazli – Comprehensive guidance and counselling programme practices in Turkey

Ummuhan Bardak – An overview of educational systems and labour markets in the Mediterranean region

Deborah Chetcuti – Developing assessment guidelines in higher education

Professor Ronald Sultana, the director of EMCER and editor-in-chief of MJES, can be contacted by e-mail at Books for review should be sent to Professor Peter Mayo at EMCER, Faculty of Education, University of Malta, Msida.