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Research Policy Guidance
BERA's Ethical Guidelines for Educational Research
The British Educational Research Association (BERA) is a member-led charity that exists to encourage educational research and its application for the improvement of practice and the public benefit.
Aspiring to be the home of all UK based educational research, BERA not only encourages contributions to its publications and events, but also publishes a framework for best practice in the field of educational research.
BERA's Ethical Guidelines for Educational Research are designed to offer guidance on conducting research to the highest ethical standards.
These guidelines highlight key considerations such as confidentiality, voluntary informed consent, disclosure, and sponsor and community responsibility. Not only will compliance ensure that research is carried out to the highest ethical standard, but the guidance given is a valuable tool to define key considerations at the inception of any educational research project.