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    Sunday 1 to Thursday 5 December Queensland University of Technology Kelvin Grove Campus, Brisbane, Australia
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5 August 2019
By Amanda Keddie, Jane Wilkinson, Lucas Walsh and Luke Howie
29 July 2019
By Shiralee Poed, Linda Graham, Kate de Bruin, Cátia Malaquias, Ilektra Spandagou, Jenna Gillett-Swan, Emily Cukalevski, Peter Walker, Marijne Medhurst, Haley Tancredi, Kathy Cologon
Teacher performance-linked pay, teacher performance generally and student achievement – these are three issues that are never far from the headlines. But are the debates founded on sound evidence or merely the thought bubbles of politicians and populist commentators? Click through for the link to the video
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.
Thanks to all those members who took the time to complete the Mapping Research Opportunities in the Field of Education in Australia Survey. The Survey is now closed and the AARE Working party are in the process of analysing the data. The results of this work will be reported at the AARE Conference in Brisbane in December, 2019.
A new title in the Local and Global Issues in Education book series is now available at the special discounted rate of $35 for AARE members and $40 for non-members.

The Australian Educational Researcher

Factors affecting the development of school and Indigenous community engagement: A systematic review

Kevin Lowe, Neil Harrison, Christine Tennent, John Guenther, Greg Vass & Nikki Moodie

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Message from the President

Deb Hayes2 v2If you have a question related to education, you've come to the right place. Our association is made up of experts in all fields of educational research. We are as diverse as the educational questions we investigate.

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