No. 85, December 2020
The Covid-19 crisis has highlighted the importance of the voice of researchers in political decision-making. What about in the field of education?
How do the relationships between education research, political decision-making and action on the ground intersect? What is the power of the different players and where is it located?
This issue analyses various contexts: France, China, Mexico, Russia, Sweden, Wales and Quebec, and broadens the reflection to the case of Africa and Arab countries. It highlights the different equilibria in place and their impact on education.
Close cooperation between the spheres of research, decision-making and action seems more necessary than ever in order for education systems to be able to meet educational needs and face up to societal changes.
This dossier thus attempts to tease out which conditions would make it possible to create collective intelligence to support the quality of education.
An issue coordinated by Jean-Marie De Ketele of the Catholic University of Leuven (UCLouvain).
ISBN : 978-2-85420-628-9
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