Oxford Education Research Symposium

Oxford Education Research Symposium
10 August 2022
St John's College, University of Oxford

Featuring a Special Session on Education Finance

Deadlines for the 810 August 2022 Symposium

Abstract submission: 27 June

 Early registration payment deadline: 30 May

Regular registration payment deadline: 11 July

The Oxford Education Research Symposium is a forum for the presentation of papers and discourse by scholars who have a particular interest in the theory and practice of universal education. For Symposium purposes, the nature of education research is defined broadly, encompassing the various aspects of the productive expansion of knowledge.


You are invited to make a presentation and lead a discussion on an aspect of education, or you may wish to participate as a non-presenting observer. Your disquisition must adhere to an abstract of about 300 words approved by the Programme Committee of the Symposium.


You are also encouraged to submit a full paper, in keeping with your abstract, which may be published in an appropriate journal or book of conference proceedings. All papers presented for publication or inclusion in books or sponsored journals will be subject to peer review by external readers.

Dr Kern Alexander

Dr. Kern Alexander is O’Leary Endowed Professor, University of Illinois at 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 and Johns Hopkins University Press, Project MUSE.


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