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|About the agency|
|The INRP is a public agency whose purpose is to encourage
and enhance research in the fields of education and training. It offers
its expertise and teams to all researchers, trainers and decision-makers
in the sphere of education.
It does not, however, claim to be able to cover this field in its entirety and much less to have the monopoly on research in education. This is why the INRP is endeavouring to develop partnerships with other institutions, and at the same time to meet the requirements of its main trustees: schools and higher education establishments, and research.
Encourage and develop research in the field of education; maintain, validate, organise and distribute information in this field. These are the two main objectives of the INRP.
In addition to its role in research, to its networks and widely recognised and firmly established installations and services – the library, the national museum of education, the publications office – the INRP intends to assert and organise its services in two new directions: training and scientific watch.
|The Board of Governors|
The Board of Governors debates in particular on:
It gives its opinion on all matters submitted to it by the ministers responsible for the agency, by the president of the Board of Governors or by the director, and it makes decisions on the contracts and conventions that, due to their nature or financial sum involved, have to be submitted to it for approval.
It has 32 members: 8 Government representatives; 2 ex-officio members (the chief executive officer of the CNRS National Scientific Research Centre and the dean of the inspectorate-general of public education); 1 member of the social and economic council; 2 representatives of students’ parents; 1 member of the national council for secondary schools; 6 members nominated by common accord of the ministers in charge of public education, higher education and research for their skills in the fields of education, training and research, two of whom carry out their duties in a foreign organisation; and 12 elected members representing staff (2 university professors, 2 lecturers, 2 primary and secondary school teachers, 2 representatives of design and research engineers, 2 ATOS (technical administrative and service employees) representatives and 2 representatives of staff associated with the agency).
|The Scientific Board|
|The Scientific Board has 23 members:
It gives its opinion on all matters submitted to it by the ministers
responsible for the agency, by the president of the Board of Governors
or by the director, and it makes decisions on the categories of contracts
and conventions that, due to their nature or financial sum involved, have
to be submitted to it for approval
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|The management team|
|Agency Director: Jacques Moret
Assistant Director in charge of scientific politics : Maryline COQUIDE
|Secretary General: Philippe Wisler|
|General Services||Research resources and support services|
Budget and finance division
Personnel and human resources division
Equipment and internal services division
Legal and general affairs
Accountant: Pierre FOTZER
National Museum of Education
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