NZARE's constitution can be downloaded here:
NZARE encourages its members to adhere to the principles set out in its Guidelines on Research Ethics
The guidelines articulate a set of principles to guide the decisions and practice of all members of the Association in their dealings with one another, the research community, institutions and organisations and people who are the focus of their educational research. Researchers should have a clear understanding of their duties and responsibilities to themselves and others while undertaking research.
NOMINATION FORM FOR NZARE COUNCIL
Members who wish to nominate or be nominated for a role on council can fill out the form and return it to the NZARE Secretary contact
INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE GRANTS
NZARE has arrangements with the American Educational Research Association (AERA), the Canadian Society for the Study of Education (CSSE), and the British Educational Research Association (BERA) in which these organisations allocate a session at their annual conference each year for symposium presentations that represent, and are supported by NZARE.
For more information on International Conference grants please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
SPECIAL INTEREST GROUPS (SIGS)
Members who have an interest in a specialist research domain may form a SIG. There are currently ten SIGs. A minimum of 15 members must agree to form a new SIG as per the prescribed policy.
Any member required to travel for NZARE business must comply with the NZARE Travel policy which outlines circumstances for reimbursement.