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https://www.aare.edu.au/shop/temporality-space-and-place-in-education-and-youth-research-ebook-by-julie-mcleod-kate-oconnor-nicole-davis-amy-mckernan/
This book explores the everyday ways in which time marks the experience of education as well as the concerns and methods of education and youth research. It asks: what do we notice afresh and what comes into sharper view when temporality becomes a focal point? What theories and ways of seeing offer new angles onto temporality in interaction with space and place?

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https://www.aare.edu.au/blog/listen-to-the-children-this-is-what-good-teaching-looks-like-to-themnew-blog-post/
Much has been researched, written and debated about what it means to be a ‘good’ teacher. Conversations in Australia continue around quality teaching and teacher quality and the way we educate our teachers. Governments at national and state levels have specifically designed and established teacher accreditation regimes to produce ‘good’ teachers.
https://www.aare.edu.au/news/mcera-3/
Teacher shortages - what is the real issue and how can it be rectified?

MCERA hosted Professor Claire Wyatt-Smith of ACU, the University of Newcastle's Professor Susan Ledger (member of the NSW Council of Deans of Education) and Professor Jenny Gore (AARE member), and Associate Professor Jane Hunter of UTS talking about the underlying issues of the current teacher shortage.

A recording of the discussion can be found here.

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https://www.aare.edu.au/sigs/gender-sexualities-and-cultural-studies/
Rationale:The research areas of gender, sexualities and cultural studies are brought together by an interest in the politics of everyday life. Broadly speaking, our interest lies in the everyday ways in which adults and young people embody, perform and express gendered and sexualised identities in varying contexts. Scholars in this SIG address the cultural politics that accrue in relation to identity work and explore how different practices and identifications shape experiences and interpretatio…
https://www.aare.edu.au/sigs/social-justice/
Aim:The Social Justice SIG aims to facilitate communication between researchers and practitioners interested in the provision of schooling and post-compulsory educational opportunities that are accessible and of benefit to all students, especially those from low income, bilingual, Indigenous and other marginalised backgrounds.

Since educational outcomes in Australia are strongly correlated with the socio-economic and cultural backgrounds of students, this SIG supports research aimed at reducing…
https://www.aare.edu.au/shop/challenges-for-public-education-reconceptualising-educational-leadership-policy-and-social-justice-as-resources-for-hope-1st-edition-coming-soon-pre-order-now/
Challenges for Public Education examines the educational leadership, policy and social justice implications of these trends in Australia and internationally. It maps this movement through early shifts to school-based management in Australia, New Zealand and Sweden and recent moves such as the academies programme in England and charter schools in the United States. It draws on recent studies of a distinct new phase in Australian school reform – the creation of ‘independent public schools’ (IPS) i…
https://www.aare.edu.au/membership/membership-registration-products/challenges-for-public-education-reconceptualising-educational-leadership-policy-and-social-justice-as-resources-for-hope-1st-edition/
An accelerating pattern in Australia and internationally is the dismantling of public education systems as part of a long-standing trend towards the modernisation, marketisation and privatisation of educational provision. Responsibility for direct delivery of education services has been shifted to contracting and monitoring under the clarion call of school and leadership autonomy and parental choice. Part of this pattern is an increasing blurring of boundaries between the state and private secto…
https://www.aare.edu.au/news/new-title/
An accelerating pattern in Australia and internationally is the dismantling of public education systems as part of a long-standing trend towards the modernisation, marketisation and privatisation of educational provision. Responsibility for direct delivery of education services has been shifted to contracting and monitoring under the clarion call of school and leadership autonomy and parental choice. Part of this pattern is an increasing blurring of boundaries between the state and private secto…
https://www.aare.edu.au/news/2022-call-for-nominations-for-the-aare-executive/
The AARE Executive offers opportunities to support the quality and reputation of education research in Australia, serve the research community, lead within the organisation, and to gain valuable Board experience.The AARE Executive offers opportunities to support the quality and reputation of education research in Australia, serve the research community, lead within the organisation, and to gain valuable Board experience.

I invite members to nominate for a role on the Executive Committee.

Nomin…
https://www.aare.edu.au/news/localglobal-issues-in-education-update/
The latest book in the AARE series Local/Global Issues in Education is now available to purchase. Community Matters: The Complex Links Between Community and Young People’s Aspirations for Higher Education is by Jennifer Gore, Sally Patfield, Leanne Fray and Jess Harris. Learn more about the book and if you are a member (or you need to renew your membership), you can purchase at a discounted price through our membership portal.