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AARE is a national professional association of educational researchers in Australia. Established in 1970, the association has provided support for successive generations of educational researchers from Australian universities; local, state and federal governments; early childhood education contexts; schools, colleges and training organisations; as well as private research agencies. Its objectives centre on advancing scholarly inquiry into education, enhancing quality in educational research, and...
At this special event, hear three experts outline how to engage with research in schools. Ms Shani Prendergast of Catholic Education Melbourne will present on Schools participating in research. Associate Professor Mark Rickinson of Monash University will present on Schools using research. Professor Peter Twining from the University of Newcastle will present on Schools/teachers doing research. Each topic will address what it looks like when it is done well, the barriers and enablers, and any risk...
AARE thanked retiring Secretary Debby Cunningham by awarding her an Honorary Life Membership Award at the conference held in December. Debby had held the position of Sectretary of AARE for more thank 20 years.
The day-to-day affairs of the Association are managed by an Executive Committee, most of whom are elected by the general membership of the Association. The composition of the Executive and terms of office for the various positions are specified in the Association's Constitution. Current Executive Committee membership is shown below.

Correspondence to do with individual portfolios and general correspondence to the Executive should be directed via the AARE Office.  

AARE develops policies to assist with the day to day functions of the association. These policies are updated and added to as required.
AARE is engaged in activities to promote and advocate for the positive impact of educational research on policy and practice in education and associated areas of society.
The Australian Association for Research in Education was founded in 1970 as the voice of education researchers. Our members are educational researchers from Australian universities, local, state and federal governments, early childhood education contexts, schools, colleges and training organisations as well as private research agencies.

Some founding members perspectives:

Michael Dunkin, AARE founding member, former President and now Honorary Life Member of AARE: Read h...
AARE has a range of publications and other material for members and general readers. These include:

Australian Educational Researcher: an international peer reviewed journal, published five times a year and edited by AARE and distributed online through Springer. This is a Thomson (ISI) indexed journal that is freely available to AARE members.

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Local/Global Issues in Education: this is a book series established in 2015, with Routledge. These books...
The Australian Educational Researcher (AER) is the scholarly journal of the Australian Association for Research in Education.

Editor-in-Chief: Associate Professor Stewart Riddle (University of Southern Queensland)

The journal aims to:

Promote understandings of educational issues through the publication of original research and scholarly essays.
Inform education policy through the publication of papers utilising a range of research methodologies and ad...
Local/Global Issues in Education is the AARE Book Series, established in 2015 and published by Routledge.  

Editor: Professor Greg Thompson

Editor: Associate Professor Jessica Gerrard

Editor: Professor Marcia McKenzie

Local/Global Issues in Education investigates the interplay between the local and the global in contemporary education policy and practice. While processes of globalisation are transforming local education systems, the local canno...