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19 April 2021
By Christine Cunningham, Maggie McAlinden, Michelle Striepe, Donna Barwood,Christa Norris, Madlen Griffiths, Zina Cordery, Wei Zhang.
Congratulations to the following members who have been appointed to the AER Editorial Team following our recent call for Expressions of Interest.
Report to the AARE Executive and Members from the Working Party ‘Protecting and extending research in education in Australia’ May 2020 Working Party
Contributing to the AARE blog, EduResearch Matters, will give you the opportunity to promote your research,  write opinion pieces or respond to government initiatives and reports.
A limited number of the new book in the Book Series Local and Global Issues in Education are available at a discounted price through the AARE webshop

The Australian Educational Researcher

AARE is pleased to announce that the latest edition of the Australian Educational Researcher is now available.
Access to these articles is free for AARE members. If you would like to join AARE please go to www.aare.edu.au

Free articles:

 AARE is pleased that the article Context matters: the take up of Respectful Relationships Education in two primary schools by Amanda Keddie, Debbie Ollis will be made open access in April. 


WRITING FOR THE FUTURE: Working towards good preparation and publication strategies with edited books, special journal issues and monographs.
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Message from the President

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AARE is made up of experts in all fields of educational research. We are as diverse as the educational questions we investigate; committed to improving both policy and practice in education, and to making education research accessible to anyone interested in education.

Acknowledgment of Country

We acknowledge Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples as the traditional owners of the country that we call Australia. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and future. We acknowledge the enduring contributions that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples have provided to Australian society and act within the appropriate protocols to ensure and strengthen our shared commitment to education. To see th Statement of Reconciliation from the Australian Association for Research in Education. 

Download Statement of Reconciliation

Video of Statement of Reconciliation presentation at the AARE Conference 2018