CESC initiated the Pan-Canadian Education Research Agenda (PCERA) in 1997 to bring interprovincial/territorial research issues that are important to ministers of education and training to the attention of the research community in Canada and to promote open discussion of these issues with different partners in education.
Consultations with the ministries/departments of education and training led to the development of the following seven themes as research priorities for the agenda:
By commissioning research on selected topics and holding symposia, PCERA promotes and advances policy relevant research and encourages communication among educational stakeholder groups, including policy makers, researchers, practitioners, and representatives from educational organizations and funding agencies.
1999 PCERA priority research themes
2000 Children and youth at risk
2001 Teacher education / educator training
2002 Information technology and learning
2003 Learning outcomes
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