Oxford Education Research Symposium
The Education Research Symposium is a forum for presentation of papers and discourse by scholars who have a particular interest in the theory and practice of universal education. You are invited to present a paper on an aspect of education research, or you may wish to attend as an observer or panel member. If you wish to present a paper you will be requested to submit a brief abstract for review by the Programme Committee. Papers presented will be subsequently peer reviewed by external readers for possible inclusion in Symposium books or as sponsored journal articles.
For Symposium purposes the nature of education research is defined broadly encompassing the various aspects of the productive expansion of knowledge.
Abstract submission – 10 July
Early registration – 9 June
Regular registration – 16 July
Abstract submission – 10 November
Early registration – 1 October
Regular registration – 12 November
Abstract submission – 4 March
Early registration – 15 December
Regular registration – 6 March
Dr Craig Wood is one of the leading scholars in the field of financing public education in America. He is currently a Professor of Educational Administration at the University of Florida.
Topic: The New Wave of Financing and Privatizing Public Elementary and Secondary Education in the United States: Tax Policies, Charter Schools, and Vouchers
Dr Kern Alexander is O’Leary Endowed Professor, University of Illinois, Urbana Champaign, author of many books and articles including the leading textbook on education law in the United States, American Public School Law, 8th Edition, Wadsworth/Cengage Learning. His latest book is Public School Finance; Theory and Practice, 2015, published by Routledge/Taylor Francis. He is Editor of the Journal of Education Finance, distributed by University of Illinois Press.
Topic: Vouchers, Charter Schools, and the Road to Privatization of Education in America
Dr Terezinha Nunes is Professor of Educational Studies, University of Oxford and Fellow of Harris Manchester College. She is a psychologist specializing in childhood development and learning and is currently Associate Editor of the Journal of Human Development. She is a highly regarded educational researcher and the author of an extensive array of articles in learned journals. Most recently her books, have centered on child literacy, published by several major publishing houses including Wiley-Blackwell, London; Routledge, London and Kluwer, The Netherlands.
Topic: Childhood Literacy–The Promise of Tomorrow.
Dr Ian Menter is Professor Emeritus, Department of Education, Oxford University and past President of the British Education Research Association (BERA) and former President of the Scottish Education Research Association (SERA).
Topic: The Status of Education Reform in the United Kingdom
1. Consult research topic list (Research Topics)
2. Consult guidelines for presentations (Presentations)
3. Submit abstract (Abstract Submissions)
4. Register and pay (Registration)
5. Make travel and accommodation arrangements
6. Present paper at conference
7. Revise paper according to publication guidelines (Publications)
8. Submit final draft of paper by email for peer review (Publications)
9. Review and approve revisions of paper if paper is accepted after peer review (Email)