"The Canadian Society for the Study of Education is the largest organization of professors, students, researchers and practitioners in education in Canada. CSSE is the major national voice for those who create educational knowledge, prepare teachers and educational leaders, and apply research in the schools, classrooms and institutions of Canada. Founded in 1972, the bilingual CSSE is an umbrella organization consisting of several national constituent associations." (CSSE web site).
Journal: Canadian Journal of Education (open access)
Audience: Educators and educational researchers
From the AERA site:
The American Educational Research Association (AERA), founded in 1916, is concerned with improving the educational process by encouraging scholarly inquiry related to education and evaluation and by promoting the dissemination and practical application of research results.
Review of Research in Education (annual) Print copies are shelved in the Reference Collection up to 2015. After that, online only.
The AERA site also hosts an Online Paper Repository that includes papers presented at Annual Meetings since 2010.
"As a thought and action leader, CEA supports governments, school districts, faculties of education and other stakeholders across Canada – networks of ‘thinkers and doers’ in the education research, policy, and practice fields, and outside of education in the not-for-profit and business sectors. CEA’s membership and other active networks include governments, school districts, parents, teachers, universities, and individual researchers, as well as private sector and community organizations." (CEA web site)
Journal: Education Canada. Audience: Educators across Canada
Research & Reports pertaining to issues in education in a Canadian context are also freely available on the Education Canada site.
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