Schuller Tom & Burns Tracy (dir.) (2007). Evidence in Education: Linking Research and Policy. Paris : OCDE. En ligne : <http://184.108.40.206/o ... s/browseit/9607081E.PDF>.
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Keywords: politique Ă©ducative
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"The debate on what counts as evidence will certainly recur. In another dozen years we may be noting the same weaknesses in educational research, and the same flaws in the communication between research and policy on education. Or fresh obstacles may have emerged, from some of the trends observed in the introduction to this chapter: the massive diffusion of information of varying quality, without established intermediaries; the pressure on policy-makers to reach decisions, whether or not good evidence is to hand; or further modifications in the relationship between different parts of the decision-making process such as a tightening grip of finance ministries on education spending, But some progress will also have been made, in all probability; we can guess that rigorous research techniques will become more widely understood and applied; that practitioners and perhaps also policy-makers will broaden their evidence base; and that the potential of brokering will have been explored in many countries. But that is to write the history of the future (Attali 2007); for now it is only to be hoped that lessons from the past can be learned."
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