On 22 October 2021, the Australian Association for Research in Education hosted a seminar followed by an AARE members’ discussion: ‘Australian Education Research Organisation (AERO) and its relevance to AARE and members’.
The Australian Education Research Organisation was established in 2021 as ‘Australia’s national education evidence body, working towards excellent and equitable outcomes for all children and young people’ (Tehan, 2020). It has received $50 million over four years from the Commonwealth and state/territory governments. AERO’s role is to generate high-quality evidence, make high-quality evidence accessible and enhance the use of evidence in Australian education. Last month, the Education Ministers approved AERO’s Strategic Plan and Research Agenda, which set out its high-level directions and priority areas for work.
Convenor: Associate Professor Anna Sullivan, Research and Research Advocacy Executive Officer, Australian Association for Research in Education, University of South Australia.
Presenter: Zid Mancenido, Senior Manager, Research and Evaluation, Australian Education Research Organisation, will present the Australian Education Research Organisation’s Strategic Plan and Research Agenda.
- Professor Allyson Holbrook, President, Australian Association for Research in Education, University of Newcastle.
- Adjunct Professor Marie Brennan, Member, Australian Association for Research in Education, University of South Australia.
- Associate Professor Glenn Savage, Member, Australian Association for Research in Education, University of Western Australia.
The seminar was recorded and is available here for members