Aligning AIJRE Research with the Independent Review into Regional, Rural and Remote Education
Keywords:Independent Review, global issues, education policy
The first issue of AIJRE for 2018 is timely and significant as it coincides with many global initiatives and interest in regional, rural and remote education (RRRE). This issue centres on showing alignment across the globe on common RRRE issues and a call for an alliance of international researchers interested in RRRE.
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