International evaluation in educational sciences

Democratic, values, gender and citizenship

Within the Swedish Research Council an overall framework for the evaluation of research support was adopted by the Committee for Educational Sciences (CES) in February 2005. As areas to be evaluated in 2006, the CES chose Democratic Values, Gender and Citizenship in April 2006, a panel of three experts was appointed by the Secretary General, Educational Sciences, and the result of their work is presented in this report.

The goal of the evaluation should be to shed light on the quality of the research performed and its significance for the scientific field concerned, in a national and an international perspective and in relation to the funding awarded by the CES.

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