• High quality educational research to enhance the public good.
  • High quality educational research to enhance the public good.
  • High quality educational research to enhance the public good.
  • High quality educational research to enhance the public good.
AARE is committed to fostering educational research in Australia.

Recent Blog Posts

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We are very sad to have to pass on the news that Professor Peter Fensham passed away on 23 August 2021 aged 93 years.
Our new Secretary. This month we are excited to be able to welcome immediately into the role of Secretary, Emeritus Professor John Lester.
AARE is pleased to announce that registrations for the 2021 conference are now open. Registration rates: $200 AARE Member $150 Concessional  $350 Non-Member Register here
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.

The Australian Educational Researcher

We are pleased to deliver your requested table of contents alert for The Australian Educational Researcher. Volume 48, Issue 4 is now available online. This issue will be freely available for four weeks beginning 3 September. 

The article, Educators reflecting on sleep and rest time dilemmas in ECEC: where is the “critical” in reflective practices? by Jo Lunn Brownlee, Susan Irvine, Victoria Sullivan and Karen Thorpe, will be freely available for eight weeks from September. 

Events

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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 the 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