As an international journal, one of the goals of International Electronic Journal of Mathematics Education (IEJME) is to stimulate discussions in our field through publishing significant and innovative research studies. To pursue this goal better, IEJME has gone through a restructuring process recently. The journal is now stronger with its two new associate editors, an editorial assistant, and a renewed international editorial board. We now have a shorter and improved review process. There are certain measures and challenges we needed to take into consideration in revising and improving the structure of the journal. The purpose in this article is to share the changes made to the journal and their impact in its progress.
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