Centre for Education Research (CER)
The Centre for Education Research strives to be a conscientious provider of comprehensive education research services in support of academic, industry, and community development.
Our purpose is to support and facilitate the advancement of socially just education practices in schools and communities through transdisciplinary research.
Canada Research Chair - Dr. Kate Tilleczek
Canada Research Chair Child/Youth Cultures and Transitions
Associate Professor, Faculty of Education & Sociology
Dr. Kate Tilleczek is the Canada Research Chair in Child/Youth Cultures and Transitions, an Associate Professor in the Faculty of Education at the University of Prince Edward Island, and a Research Scientist at the Community Health Systems Group at the Hospital for Sick Children. She is a former school teacher and is a sociologist who has been studying and teaching the social and cultural realities and experiences of childhood and youth for 20 years. This program of research demonstrates a commitment to work with and for young people across many cultures and contexts.
UPEI Research Services: http://research.upei.ca/rs
Research Services supports more than 18-million dollars in annual research expenditures. The university has a growing reputation for research excellence, ranking number one in the country for research growth in the past decade.
The Nunavut Education Initiatives Team, Faculty of Education, UPEI works with partners to improve the education system in Nunavut by offering professional learning for educators and researching aspects of Inuit education.
The Faculty, in partnership with the Nunavut Department of Education, provides a Master of Education in Leadership and Learning (MEd), as well as a Certificate in Educational Leadership in Nunavut (CELN).
In addition, the Nunavut Team is involved in researching and building knowledge about Inuit education in Nunavut by exploring high school education, access to university, Inuit leadership and the experiences of students in the Nunavut MEd program.