While some countries have annual meetings of researchers and researchers in education from very different disciplines, here the division into areas of knowledge has hindered the quality you need to contribute to improving education, to realizing the right to education of all the girls and boys.
That is the same kind of quality that is required to make our educational research an important international scientific reference. There are many of us who have participated, for example, in AERA meetings in North America and we have seen how authors and authors that we cite here in our different areas of knowledge participate there in the same congress and on an equal footing with students.
The precarious faculty of universities that are in an unstable situation (and, in general, the faculty that wants to improve scientifically) need this kind of meetings to encourage their participation in scientific research and indexed publications. Their need is greater and more urgent than that of that part of the stable faculty accustomed to the previous dynamics. We also have professors and professors who do not need these merits anymore, but who, instead of seeking our submission, want to help us unselfishly to those of us who are younger.
Our society, girls and boys, families, teachers, citizens in general need and deserve quality educational research that has as its maximum goal the improvement of education in all senses of the word. After many years of thinking about it and commenting on it, the time has come to start the annual congresses of a multidisciplinary educational research, that is, both of the different disciplines and of interdisciplinary works.
The World Education Research Association (WERA) was born on April 18, 2009. WERA is an association that includes national, regional and international research associations. Its main objective is to promote educational research as a scientific and academic field.
As a result of previous work, and its commitment to educational research at the highest scientific level, the Multidisciplinary Association of Educational Research is part of the Word Education Research Association since 2014.
The basis of this mutual collaboration offers new possibilities for internationalization, through the dissemination and dissemination of scientific research that responds to global educational challenges. AMIE-WERA thus contributes to promote the promotion of young researchers and researchers who develop rigorous research with a social impact that, in practice, improves the quality of education for all.
This space, an international point of contact between educational researchers, will inform about WERA’s activities and the possibility of participating in them. In addition, we will publicize international educational research as well as various means to achieve them. In AMIE-WERA we can be a reference of international scientific evidence in education.
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