The EERJ Roundtable will take as its point of departure the experience of OECD's Centre for Educational Research and Innovation in carrying otu polica research. CERI has conducted 4 reviews of national educational R%D (in New Zealand, England, Mexico and Denmark), and run a number of meetings specifically on the use of evidence-based policy research (in US, Sweden, Netherlands). Tom Schuller, Head of CERI, will present some conclusions from these and other CERI activities.
The Roundtable is an opportunity to return to the issues raised in teh ECER 2003 Hamburg Roundtable on the 'OECD Examiners' Report on Educational Research and Development in England' in a wider context and as part of a trend to evaluate the quality and organization of educational research, and its contribution to educational policy.
Responses to the presentation will be made by:
Educational Technology Expertise Centre
Open University of the Netherlands
Danish University of Education
Agnes van Zanten
Observatoire Sociologique du Changement
CNRS - Institut d'Etudes Politiques de Paris
The Roundtable will be chaired by Martin Lawn, EERJ Editor