APERA
Email: apera@ied.edu.hk
Contact: APERA Secretariat,
Asia-Pacific Centre for Education
Leadership and School Quality,
The Hong Kong Institute of Education, Hong Kong.

Phone: +852 2948 7722
Fax: +852 2948 7721

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Publications

APERA publications serve to disseminate major research efforts in key areas of education, and contribute to knowledge advancement and evidenced-based policymaking in the Region. Examples of publications are:

  • Educational Research for Policy and Practice
    Educational Research for Policy and Practice (ERPP) is the official journal of the Asia-Pacific Educational Research Association. ERPP aims to improve education and educational research in Asia and the Pacific by promoting the dissemination of high quality research which addresses key issues in educational policy and practice. The journal is an international, professionally refereed journal targeted at education professionals with an interest in the ways in which educational research can inform, and be informed by, educational decision making and practice in the Asia-Pacific region.

    We are pleased to announce that Professor Oon-Seng Tan, National Institute of Education, Singapore, is the new Editor-in-Chief of Educational Research for Policy and Practice as of January 1, 2008. He is assisted by Dr Pak-Tee Ng, National Institute of Education, Singapore, as Executive Editor.

    APERA would like to express our sincere gratitude to Professor Colin Power, Editor-in-Chief for the journal since 2002. Professor Power is founder of the ERPP journal. APERA is profoundly grateful for the leadership of Professor Power.

    Submission online is available at http://www.editorialmanager.com/erpp/

  • Asia-Pacific Handbook on Educational Research
    Members are invited to contribute to a new edition of the Asia-Pacific Handbook on Educational Research. The official publication of the Asia-Pacific Handbook on Educational Research is the most comprehensive source of education research information in the Region. The Handbook has 92 chapters and nearly 100 authors (Editors-in-Chief: Professor John Keeves & Dr. Ryo Watanabe). Please visit the following site for further information:
  • The "Education in the Asia-Pacific Region: Issues, Concerns and Prospects" book series
    Six books of this series have been published, covering key issues of education in the Region (Editors-in-Chief: Dr. Rupert MacLean & Dr. Ryo Watanabe). Please visit the following site for further information: