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Making the most of research in policy making

Cathy Wylie

Over the last few years more attention has been paid to evidence-based policy, and to using research data to inform the ongoing development of education practice. This has led to a significant increase in contract research and evaluation designed to contribute to the evidence base, and in policy makers working more closely with researchers to generate new understanding.

Paper presented at the NZCER seminar: Making the most of research in policy making, Wellington, 3 August 2006.

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