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The BERA Charter for Research Staff in Education

19 November 2013

The BERA Charter for Research Staff in Education replaces the previous version of the charter, THE 2008 BERA CHARTER FOR RESEARCH STAFF: promoting quality conditions for conducting quality research (2008). You can read the guidelines online.Read More

Personalisation and student voice

31 August 2013

The New Labour Government (1997-2010) announced personalised learning as an idea ‘exciting’ the profession and one that promised ‘radical implications’ for the shape of education in England.  The policy included propositions about engaging student voice in learning, but how did young...Read More

Friendly schools: a whole-school intervention to reduce bullying

31 August 2013

School bullying seriously affects young people’s social, physical and psychological well-being as well as their academic achievement.  Increasingly, evidence suggests whole-school (universal) interventions are the most effective, non-stigmatizing means to reduce bullying. These programmes...Read More

Why Educational Research Matters

22 August 2013

In the summer of 2013, BERA  published a briefing paper entitled ‘Why Educational Research Matters’. This was drawn from our contribution to the recent Comprehensive Spending Review and was based upon case studies supplied by members. By showcasing some of the most effective pieces of...Read More