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AERA pursues projects, initiatives, and activities to advance the field of education research, promote cutting-edge lines of study, and deepen knowledge about education research as a discipline, profession, and field. Read more

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, research leaders convened on Capitol Hill for a discussion on the pioneering work of the National Center for Education Statistics, the second oldest federal statistical agency. Looking back—and ahead—experts explored NCES’s most important successes, opportunities, and challenges. Click here to watch the full webcast, read a recap of the event, view photos, and more!

Education research is the scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes. Learn more

AERA pursues projects, initiatives, and activities to advance the field of education research, promote cutting-edge lines of study, and deepen knowledge about education research as a discipline, profession, and field. Read more

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, research leaders convened on Capitol Hill for a discussion on the pioneering work of the National Center for Education Statistics, the second oldest federal statistical agency. Looking back—and ahead—experts explored NCES’s most important successes, opportunities, and challenges. Click here to watch the full webcast, read a recap of the event, view photos, and more!

Education research is the scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes. Learn more

Welcome to the educational research journals area of Elsevier. Elsevier is a leading publisher in the field of educational research, publishing highly respected, peer-reviewed journals.

An important new review paper co written by Marni Sommer, Chantal Figueroa, Christina Kwauk, Meredith Jones and Nora Fyles analyses the education policy documents in low and middle income countries with respect to the attention paid to menstrual hygiene management.

The Editors of Computers & Education have published two Editorials aimed at helping identify best practices and offering guidance on Quantitative and Qualitative research methodologies. You can find the Editorials in Volumes 91 and 106 of the journal and via the links below:

AERA pursues projects, initiatives, and activities to advance the field of education research, promote cutting-edge lines of study, and deepen knowledge about education research as a discipline, profession, and field. Read more

On Wednesday, November 15, 2017, research leaders convened on Capitol Hill for a discussion on the pioneering work of the National Center for Education Statistics, the second oldest federal statistical agency. Looking back—and ahead—experts explored NCES’s most important successes, opportunities, and challenges. Click here to watch the full webcast, read a recap of the event, view photos, and more!

Education research is the scientific field of study that examines education and learning processes and the human attributes, interactions, organizations, and institutions that shape educational outcomes. Learn more

Welcome to the educational research journals area of Elsevier. Elsevier is a leading publisher in the field of educational research, publishing highly respected, peer-reviewed journals.

An important new review paper co written by Marni Sommer, Chantal Figueroa, Christina Kwauk, Meredith Jones and Nora Fyles analyses the education policy documents in low and middle income countries with respect to the attention paid to menstrual hygiene management.

The Editors of Computers & Education have published two Editorials aimed at helping identify best practices and offering guidance on Quantitative and Qualitative research methodologies. You can find the Editorials in Volumes 91 and 106 of the journal and via the links below:

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From the previous section, you can see that there are many types of activity that fall under the umbrella of educational ‘research’. These include projects that investigate educational changes or developments that are being planned to define the best way of proceeding. Development projects typically include a small pilot study of an educational intervention, carried out with a view to informing how best to implement larger-scale reforms.

Other projects focus on review or evaluation of existing educational activities or curriculum change. These may be small-scale, local projects (such as introducing different teaching or learning methods or new clinical activities) or evaluation of large-scale national initiatives (such as the training programmes or national examinations).


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