The Australian Government has announced that it will support projects in Australian society, history and culture under the Australian Research Council Special Research Initiatives scheme.
Symposium: The Body, Embodiment, & Education: An Interdisciplinary Approach On Wednesday 12th June 2019, at the La Trobe University City Campus, a symposium was held on the following theme: “The Body,...
After the keynote address by Professor Tracey Bunda at the 2019 annual AARE Conference, 55 Indigenous and non-Indigenous scholars gathered in a show of unity following last year's AARE Statement...
What's the #AARE2019 Radford Lecture about? Watch the video here.
AARE Congratulates Professor Susan Danby and her team on the award of the ARC Centre of Excellence for The Digital Child.
AARE are proud to have been represented by Emma Rowe, Laura Perry, Sue Winton, Bob Lingard and Glenn Savage at BERA on Wednesday at Manchester University, UK.
AARE congratulates the Media Centre for Education Research Australia (MCERA) on being named a South Australian finalist in the Social Change Maker Category of the 2019 Telstra Business Awards.
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.