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"LIfBi Research Affiliate" honorary status awarded for the first time

11/22/2019

The Director of the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), Prof. Dr. Cordula Artelt, awarded 27 scientists the honorary status of LIfBi Research Affiliate in September.

Prof. Dr. Cordula Artelt hands over the certificate to Prof. David Kaplan, Ph.D.

Are all boats rising? 4th International NEPS Conference with guest lecture by Eric A. Hanushek

11/12/2019

On November 7-8, 2019, the international NEPS conference took place for the fourth time at LIfBi. Guest speaker was Prof. Eric A. Hanushek from Stanford University, one of the most renowned education economists in the world today. Once again, this year, prizes were awarded for outstanding works based on NEPS data. The award-winning entries deal with, among other things, school-related helplessness that may be experienced by students with poorer performance and also with the effects that higher education can have on health and wages.

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Prof. Eric A. Hanushek during his keynote lecture at the 4th NEPS conference

ZEIT ranks Gundula Zoch among 100 most important young East Germans

11/11/2019

To commemorate the anniversary of the regional edition "ZEIT im Osten" (No. 46/2019), the editors present 100 young East Germans up to the age of 40, who they believe "will be making headlines soon". Among them is LIfBi employee Dr. Gundula Zoch.

More Space! Conference on “Education and Space” at LIfBi

11/7/2019

The conference "Education and Space" took place on November 6 at the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories. The focus was on questions and findings of empirical educational research from a spatial perspective. The opening lecture by Prof. Dr. Rainer Schnell offered an exciting introduction to the challenges of data protection law.

Prof. Dr. Rainer Schnell gave the keynote lecture at the conference "Education and Space".

Forum on Educational Policy 2019: “Education needs more than just a clever mind”

10/22/2019

In addition to cognitive abilities, socioemotional competencies play a decisive role in educational success. Experts from science, politics, administration, and educational practice discuss the latest state of research in this field at the Forum on Educational Policy held in Berlin on October 23, 2019. The symposium is organized by the Leibniz Education Research Network (LERN), of which the LIfBi is a member.

Program of the 4th NEPS Conference online – registration still possible until 10/27/19

10/10/2019

The program of the 4th International NEPS Conference (November 7-8, 2019, LIfBi Bamberg) including all abstracts is now available online. Interested researchers and guests are cordially invited to register for free participation. The deadline for registration is October 27, 2019.

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Conference "Education and Space"—registration and program available online

10/10/2019

The program of the conference "Education and Space", which will take place on November 6, 2019, at the LIfBi in Bamberg, is now available online. Registration is possible until October 27, attendance is free of charge.

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Working mothers and childcare—who benefits in East and West? LIfBi employee honored with Ph.D. award at ECSR Conference 2019

9/26/2019

Dr. Gundula Zoch, postdoc researcher at the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi), has been awarded for her dissertation by the European Consortium for Sociological Research (ECSR). In her work, she examines the relations between the expansion of early childhood care facilities, the changes in maternal employment, and the gender role attitudes of parents in East and West Germany.

News from NEPS Results Compact

9/9/2019

The Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories has been offering "NEPS Results Compact" for some years now—these short summaries of current research projects on the basis of data from the National Education Panel Study provide information in a concise form on some of the most important results.

Learning from the past, in the present, and for the future—LIfBi employees present research at 18th EARLI Conference

8/19/2019

At this year's conference of the European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction (EARLI) at the RWTH Aachen, LIfBi researchers presented their current research work. The motto of the conference from August 12–16, 2019 was "Thinking Tomorrow's Education: Learning From the Past, in the Present, and for the Future".

Dr. Sina Fackler, Dr. Ilka Wolter, Kathrin Thums, and Dr. Götz Lechner at the LIfBi information booth.

LIfBi attends ESRA Conference 2019 with several key topics

7/23/2019

At this year's conference of the European Survey Research Association (ESRA) in Zagreb from July 17 to 19, LIfBi employees organized several sessions—for example, on topics related to the implementation of studies on refugees:

The LIfBi team at ESRA 2019 (from left to right): Carina Schönmoser, Dr. Ariane Würbach, Katharina Stark, Dr. Christoph Homuth, Dr. Uta Landrock, Dr. Götz Lechner, Dr. Gisela Will, Daniel Bela, Nadine Bachbauer, Dr. Michaela Sixt, Dr. Gundula Zoch | Photo: Ulrich Krieger

LIfBi lectures: Paul Leseman presents analyses from ISOTIS project

7/9/2019

Prof. Dr. Paul Leseman, Utrecht University, presents results from the ISOTIS research project in his talk entitled "Educational Inequality and Social Exclusion in Europe: Macro- and Microlevel Mechanisms" on July 9. The lecture is part of the LIfBi lectures series.

Prof. Dr. Paul Leseman (third from left) talking to Prof. Dr. Hans-Günther Roßbach, former LIfBi Director, Dr. Jutta von Maurice (second from left), Executive Director of Research, and Dr. Ilka Wolter, Head of Department 1

Vocational school students from Nuremberg gain insights into research and infrastructure work at LIfBi

7/1/2019

Trainee specialists in market and social research, their trainers and teachers at the vocational business school 4 in Nuremberg are guests at the Leibnitz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi) on July 2. Executive Director of Administration Dr. Robert Polgar presents the Institute’s main areas of work together with Dr. Lydia Kleine and Daniel Bela, who are responsible for the training of apprentices at the LIfBi.

Daniel Bela informs guests from the vocational business school 4 in Nuremberg about the Research Data Center LIfBi.

Short lectures and panel discussion on the subject of “educational paths”: invitation of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BAdW) and the University of Bamberg

6/25/2019

LIfBi Director Prof. Dr. Cordula Artelt presents the National Education Panel Study (NEPS) as part of the meeting of the Bavarian Academy of Sciences and Humanities (BAdW) on June 28, 2019. Other lecturers on the subject of "educational paths" include former LIfBi Director Prof. Dr. Sabine Weinert (University of Bamberg/BAdW) and the first NEPS Principal Investigator Prof. Dr. Dr. Hans-Peter Blossfeld (University of Bamberg/BAdW). The short lectures will take place at Universität 2 at 1 p.m. and are open to academy members and all members of the University of Bamberg.

Submission of abstracts for this year's NEPS Conference and the Conference "Bildung und Raum" now possible

6/14/2019

Abstracts for the 4th International NEPS Conference taking place at the Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories on 7 and 8 November 2019 as well as for the conference „Bildung und Raum“ held the day before can now be submitted. The deadline for submission is 15 July 2019.

“Region and Education. The Myth of Urban–Rural“: Aktionsrat Bildung introduces new annual report

5/21/2019

To what extent does the place of residence in Germany also influence the range of educational opportunities on offer, participation in education, and the performance of learners? In its annual report, the experts of Aktionsrat Bildung formulate concrete recommendations to political decision-makers on this issue. Three leading members of the NEPS Network contributed to the compilation of this report.

Announcement: Analysis of Incomplete Data (AID) Workshop in memory of Prof. Dr. Susanne Rässler

5/20/2019

An Analysis of Incomplete Data (AID) workshop will take place in memory of Prof. Dr. Susanne Rässler at the University of Bamberg on Friday, June 21, 2019. Susanne Rässler, who died unexpectedly at the age of 55 on August 29, 2018, was the initiator of this series of events offering students and researchers alike the opportunity to present their work in the field of statistical analysis of incomplete data.

ReGES presents itself at BMBF kick-off event for the National Action Plan on Integration

5/20/2019

On May 17, the kick-off event of the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) for the National Action Plan on Integration (NAP-I) took place in Berlin. It is the aim of the Federal Government to adapt the National Action Plan on Integration to the current challenges and to further develop and strengthen existing support services for people with a migrant background. The Leibniz Institute for Educational Trajectories (LIfBi) contributed its expertise with the project “Refugees in the German Educational System (ReGES)”.

Dr. Jutta von Maurice, Dr. Gisela Will, and Dr. Dominik Weigand presented the panel study ReGES as well as first results to many people from different contexts.

LIfBi lectures: "The Democratization of Education, Its Apparent Paradox, a Plausible Explanation, and Its Empirical Proof"

5/17/2019

To what extent is social origin related to educational achievement? And does this link become stronger or weaker over time? Previous studies have shown seemingly contradictory results. Prof. Dr. Louis-André Vallet investigated this paradox as part of the LIfBi lectures series.

Prof. Dr. Louis-André Vallet during his lecture as part of the LIfBi lectures series.

INSIDE: Survey of students has begun

5/16/2019

At the beginning of May, the surveys of students with and without special educational needs have started as part of the second substudy of the project “INSIDE–Inclusive Education in Lower Secondary Schools in Germany”.

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