BERJ Editors’ Choice Award 2019
The British Educational Research Journal (BERJ) Editors’ Choice Award is held annually to recognise the contributions to the field made by articles published across the previous calendar year.
The editors of BERJ and BERA are pleased to announce that the 2019 prize has been awarded jointly to two papers that, in the editors’ view, make important interventions in and contributions to contemporary discussions in educational research, policy and practice.
The recipients of this year’s BERJ Editor’s Choice Award are:
- Neil Harrison & Richard Waller, for ‘Challenging discourses of aspiration: The role of expectations and attainment in access to higher education’, BERJ, 44(5), 914–938.
- George Koutsouris & Brahm Norwich, for ‘What exactly do RCT findings tell us in education research?’, BERJ, 44(6), 939–959.
Congratulations to the winning authors. Both articles have been made free-to-view for those without a subscription or BERA membership, until 15 September.