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31st EMSE conference takes place virtually - registration now open

The Leibniz Institute for Educational Pathways (LIfBi) and the State Institute for School Quality and Educational Research (ISB) jointly invite you to the 31st EMSE conference, which will take place as an online event on June 23 and 24, 2022. The conference of the Network Empirically Supported School Development (EMSE) will focus on "Transitions and Trajectories" and thus take up an important complex of topics in educational research.

With the aspiration to bring together the perspectives of researchers, employees in state ministries as well as state institutes and quality institutions, the organizing team of LIfBi and ISB has prepared a multifaceted program in which the director of LIfBi, Prof. Dr. Cordula Artelt, as well as the department heads Prof. Dr. Corinna Kleinert and Prof. Dr. Ilka Wolter will stimulate discussion in the context of key presentations. The main topics will be "Shaping transitions - Understanding educational pathways - Transitions in risk situations".

In addition, concepts, initiatives, experiences, projects and studies from the perspective of the state institutes and quality institutions of the states, educational administration, educational practice and research will be presented and discussed within the framework of various work phases.

Further information and the possibility to register can be found on the website of the EMSE conference

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