Research and evidence use in Australian schools: early insights from educators
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A partnership between Monash University and the Paul Ramsay Foundation, the Q Project involves close collaboration with teachers, school leaders, policy-makers, researchers, research brokers and other key stakeholders across Australia. The project’s overarching goal is to understand and improve quality use of research evidence in Australian schools.
This summary report draws on quantitative findings from the Q Project’s first survey of educators, which was administered online to teachers and school leaders between March - September 2020. In total, 492 practitioners from 414 schools across four Australian states completed the survey: New South Wales, South Australia, Victoria, and Queensland (see Appendix for details of the sample and the survey design).
Using research well in Australian schools https://apo.org.au/node/314746