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This editorial first thanks the referees used since January 1st 2003, who read and judge the papers. Secondly, the editorial explain the TATE (Teaching and Teacher Education) policy on peer review. TATE is a peer-reviewed journal. TATE policy on refereeing is straightforward. Because the journal is international, papers are refereed by experts on the topic in a country that is not the same as the author's place of work. Thirdly, it raises the referee's dilemma. Finally it is important to reiterate TATE's tango instructor will appear, but TATE is also mission. Teaching is broadly conceived: teaching waiting for a good paper on that subject or its in non-formal education, higher education, adult equivalents from that discipline or its equivalents, education, medical education, driver education or ante-natal classes are all welcome subjects for submission. There are many specialist journals in which an anthropological study of teaching a novice to be a tango instructor will appear, but TATE is also waiting for a good paper on that subject or its equivalents from that discipline or its equivalents. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2012 APA, all rights reserved)

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Delamont, S. (2005, October). Peer review, the referee’s dilemma and TATE’s mission. Teaching and Teacher Education, 21(7), 745–746. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tate.2005.06.001

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