Yeliz Düşkün ERG Policy Analist In studying our current system of education, we often examine…
We conduct our operations focusing only on education prior to university.
We aim to contribute to improvement of our education system by being a qualified data source and helping decision making processes to become evidence-based.
We conduct our operations in an objective and unbiased manner, independent from any ideology, institution or organization. We do not aim for profit.
We try to create shared wisdom from different opinions through bringing people, institutions and organizations from various fields of expertise.
In order to contribute to improvement of education policies, we provide constructive opinion and policy recommendations.
We trust in power of imagination in developing creative and innovative solutions that would make a difference in education. We do not give up imagination.
ERG ranked among the top 45 think tanks in the “Best Education Policy” category according to the 2015 Global Go To Think Tank Index.
Turkish Asian Center For Strategic Studies (TASAM) awarded ERG “Institution With a Strategic Vision” award at the TASAM Strategic Vision Awards.
The note entitled “An Evaluation of the Religion Culture and Moral Education Course Schedule in the 2011-2012 Academic Year”, which was prepared as a background document for the Education Monitoring Report 2011, was remarked by the European Court of Human Rights on the “Mansur Yalçın and others”
Batuhan Aydagül, director of ERG, was invited to the 4th Corruption Review Process under the İstanbul Action Plan organized by the OECD Anti-Corruption Network as an education specialist and wrote the section entitled “Prevention and Prosecution of Corruption in Education”.