About CESE resources
CESE researches and publishes evidence to share what works. The CESE catalogue holds many different types of publications that contribute to the evidence base and can help to inform policy and practice.
CESE produces research reports to find and share the evidence base behind important education topics. Research reports may include literature reviews or findings from surveys such as Tell Them From Me or Post-School Destinations and Experiences.
Popular research reports
CESE evaluates education programs, policies and strategies and publishes the findings on our website.
You can access CESE evaluations or visit the Evaluation evidence bank to access all evaluations conducted for the department, including external evaluations.
CESE's case studies highlight how effective practice works in local contexts.
Popular case studies
Access all statistical publications or read about our annual data collections.
Research in practical and accessible formats
We work hard to present research findings in practical and accessible formats for educators. Examples include: