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Keyword from Index: empirical research

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France
Cnesco is composed of researchers, parlamentarians, and members of the Economic, Social and Environmental Council. It is in charge of doing analyses, studies, and evaluations of the French educational system and give advice based on their results. The website, which is also available in English, provides fulltext documents of reports based on evaluations etc. in different [...]

Israel; international
The Yozma is a unit of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities. It does evidence based research for decision makers in Israeli (educational) policy. Its website provides information on current and past research foci, a lot of fulltext publications, information on events, video lectures and more. Among their publications, you will for example find "Guidelines for Revising [...]

Europe
ESREA promotes and disseminates theorectial and empirical research on the education of adults and adult learning in Europe through research networks, conferences and publications. Active members come from most part of Europe. The secretariat of ESREA is located at the department of behavioural sciences and learning at Linköping University in Sweden. ESREA is in legal terms a [...]

Austria
The Austrian Institute for Research on Vocational Training (öibf) is a scientific, non-profit, independent research institute founded in 1970. It manages and carries out research and development in various areas of vocational education and training (VET). Fields of research are initial and further education and training, vocational guidance and counselling, evaluation [...]

United Kingdom
The Higher Education Empirical Research (HEER) database comprises summaries of evidence-based published research on a range of topics related to higher education. It is intended for use by policy-makers, academics and researchers in higher education. The HEER database has been developed by the Centre for Higher Education Research and Information (CHERI) of The Open University.

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