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New Challenges for Educational Research

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This book explores the national educational Research & Development systems in England and New Zealand, the first two such OECD reviews ever. It shows that some OECD countries are increasingly taking innovative research initiatives in order to improve the knowledge base in education for teachers and policy makers. Major changes are needed in the practice of teachers, researchers and policy makers in order to create a system-wide continuous improvement of the knowledge base.

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OECD Review of England's Educational R&D System

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This chapter presents the OECD review of England’s educational R&D system. The purpose of these reviews is to assess to which extent the educational R&D system within a country is functioning as an effective means for creating, collating and distributing the knowledge on which practitioners and policy can draw. The general assessment of England’s educational R&D system is positive. The directions taken in the many initiatives to improve the knowledge management of England’s educational system are convincing. Some of the ambitions behind continuous improvement of the knowledge base for England’s education system will, however, demand major knowledge and cultural changes in the practice of teachers, researchers and policy-makers...

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