The Centre for Program Evaluation (CPE) is a transdisciplinary evaluation and research centre that undertakes evaluations and research projects in the areas of education, health, social wellbeing and international community development.
The objectives of the CPE are to:
- Teach and coordinate graduate courses in evaluation and teaching research methods in the school
- Act as a thought leader for the practice and theory of evaluation
- Undertake research and commissioned program evaluations on a consultancy basis across a wide range of policy and program areas
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The Centre for Program Evaluation is home to a range of education experts and also works with PhD candidates fostering world class research.
Graduate studies and teaching
The Centre for Program Evaluation currently offers the only graduate courses in evaluation in Australasia with a range of training programs in evaluation design, including the Graduate Certificate in Evaluation and the Master of Evaluation.
Research higher degree students (RHD)
Academic staff at CPE are available to supervise students wishing to pursue a Doctor of Philosophy or Doctor of Education in evaluation studies.
Explore the design and conduct of all evaluation work carried out by CPE, undertaken by a team of highly qualified and experienced research personnel.View
International Teacher Education Effectiveness Research Hub
The International Teacher Education Effectiveness Research Hub within the Centre for Program Evaluation is led by Professor Janet Clinton and examines the effectiveness and impact of teacher education programs.View
The Centre for Program Evaluation publishes a wide range of written material including books, book chapters, journal articles, reports and other publications.View
Centre for Program Evaluation
Melbourne Graduate School of Education
100 Leicester St, University of Melbourne