This research is a nationwide census examining the characteristics, experiences and attitudes of education researchers working in Higher Education in the UK. It is funded by the British Educational Research Association (BERA) and forms part of a wider body of work designed to map the current State of the Discipline across the UK.
On this page you will find lots of info, news, blogs pieces and more.
Latest news and blog posts:
- Why the Census Matters – the research team
- Census Launch!
- How can educational researchers help achieve a democratic ideas-informed society? – Chris Brown
- Supporting doctoral students and early career researchers in journal peer review in educational research: Issues and suggestions – Sin-Wang Chong
- Click here for Part 1
- Click here for Part 2
- Up the creek without a paddle? Perhaps a subject association can help – Caroline Lewis
- Researching the future university – Adam Matthews
- Connecting Education Research and Practice: What Works? – Lee Elliot Major and Steve Higgins
- What is the status of Comparative International Education (CIE) in UG Education programmes? – Leanne Cameron, Rafael Mitchell, Martin Preston and Gurpinder Singh Lalli
- What role is there for university-based teacher educators in an increasingly school-based teacher education system? – Polly Glegg
- Creating a Platform for All Voices in Education Research – Jess Brown
- Not Learning from Experience: the decline of a masterly-led teaching profession – Deborah Outhwaite
- Pre-application doctoral communications and gatekeeping in the academic profession – Sophia Kier-Byfield