There are increasing calls within Australia and internationally for schools to be research-engaged, jurisdictions to be evidence ecosystems and for researchers to engage with end-users. Efforts to create new evidence and promote ‘what works’ mean schools are regularly approached to participate in research projects and encouraged to engage with the findings. But how much is actually known about whether, and how, schools engage in and with research?
|Place of Publication||Melbourne Vic Australia|
|Publisher||Catholic Education Melbourne|
|Number of pages||20|
|Publication status||Published - 2018|
Prendergast, S., & Rickinson, M. (2018). Understanding School Engagement in and with Research: What We Learned from 67 Melbourne Catholic Schools and the International Literature. Catholic Education Melbourne. https://www.cem.edu.au/CatholicEducationMelbourne/media/About-Us/Documentation/USER-Report-2018.pdf