Educational Philosophy and Theory (EPAT) publishes articles concerned with all aspects of educational philosophy. It will also consider manuscripts from other areas of pure or applied educational research. In this latter category the journal has published manuscripts concerned with curriculum theory, educational administration, the politics of education, educational history, educational policy, and higher education.
Australian Journal of Teacher Education is a highly ranked peer reviewed journal that was founded in 1975 and is published by Edith Cowan University. The purpose of the Journal is to enhance the quality of teacher education through the publication of research reports, learned points of view and commentaries. Contributions may address proposals for, or descriptions of, development in the purpose, structure and methodology of teacher education; curriculum issues; changes in schools; or general social, ideological or political issues relating to teacher education.
AARE is a large, national, member-run organisation for improving education at all levels. Our members are mostly from universities in Australia and overseas and through our special interest groups (SIGS) network to address, share and coordinate activities of importance to educational research.
The Higher Education Research and Development Society of Australasia
HERDSA is a scholarly society for people committed to the improvement of teaching and learning in higher and tertiary education. HERDSA brings together and informs anybody interested and involved in the improvement of teaching, learning and policy in higher education.
Formed in 1971, the Canadian Philosophy of Education Society (CPES) is devoted to philosophical inquiry into educational issues and their relevance for developing educative, caring, and just teachers, schools, and communities. The Society welcomes inquiries about membership from professionals and graduate students who share these interests.
The Society exists to promote for the public benefit the advancement and teaching of philosophy of education. It organises conferences and seminars in the field, supports some 17 regional branches, administers a scheme of grants and awards for activities that further its aims, and provides for the publication of the Journal of Philosophy of Education and the IMPACT booklet series.
BERA is a member-led organisation dedicated to supporting educational researchers and promoting high quality research in education. It seeks to enhance the field of study, the growth of public knowledge and critical understanding, and the application of findings for the improvement of educational policy and practice.
EERA was founded to encourage collaboration amongst educational researchers in Europe, promote communication between educational researchers and international governmental organisations and to disseminate and highlight the findings of educational research.
The Philosophy of Education Society (PES) is the national society for philosophy of education in the United States of America. This site provides information about PES, its services, history, and publications, and links to online resources relevant to the philosophy of education.
An international peer-reviewed journal that focuses on philosophical, theoretical, normative and conceptual problems and issues in educational research, policy and practice. Without adopting any one philosophical or theoretical school or cultural tradition, the journal promotes exchange and collaboration among philosophers, philosophers of education, educational and social science researchers, and educational policy makers throughout the world.
The Federation of Australasian Philosophy in Schools Associations
FAPSA is a professional non-profit organisation promoting philosophy in schools and representing the interests of its affiliated associations across Australia, New Zealand and Singapore. The Federation’s primary purpose is to facilitate the educational aims and objectives of these affiliated associations.
The society's aim is to discuss present-day problems in the framework of a philosophy which is methodologically explicit and whose results are presented perspicuously. The spectrum of philosophical problems extends from philosophy of science, epistemology and logic to ethics and the humanities.
The foundation provides funding for investigations that promise to yield new knowledge about education in the United States or abroad. The Foundation funds research grants that range in size from smaller grants that can be completed within a year, to larger, multi-year endeavors.
The Center for Dewey Studies at Southern Illinois University at Carbondale was established in 1961 as the "Dewey Project." By virtue of its publications and research, the Center has become the international focal point for research on John Dewey's life and work.
This study place exists for persons who wish to engage in philosophy and education because both have value for them, quite apart from their professional responsibilities. We think networked digital information resources will enable people to reverse this ever-narrowing professionalism. This site is maintained at the Institute for Learning Technologies, Teachers College, Columbia University.